US: Vice President Kamala Harris’ plane had a technical fault 25 minutes after takeoff, had to return to Joint Base Andrew

The plane of US Vice President Kamala Harris had to return to Joint Base Andrew in Maryland due to a technical snag, 25 minutes after taking off on Sunday. However, according to officials, this did not pose any major threat to their safety. Vice President Harris was on a visit to Guatemala and Mexico.

His spokesman Simon Sanders, who was traveling with Harris, said the plane landed safely, with the vice president expected to take off on another plane about an hour later. He said it was a technical snag and there was no major security concern.

PM Modi-Vice President Harris’s conversation a few days ago

On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Vice President Kamala Harris. During this, the ongoing efforts to further strengthen the vaccine partnership between India and America and the possibilities of partnership between the two countries to contribute to the recovery of the health and economic sector after Kovid-19 were discussed. After the discussion with Harris, PM Modi said in a series of tweets, “I spoke to Vice President Kamala Harris a while back. I appreciate the assurance given to India about the supply of vaccines as part of the US strategy for vaccine sharing globally.

During this, the Prime Minister thanked Kamala Harris for the cooperation and solidarity received from the US government, businessmen and overseas Indians. He said in another tweet, “We also discussed the ongoing efforts to further strengthen the India-US vaccine partnership and the possibilities of partnership between the two countries to contribute to the health and economic recovery after Kovid-19.” of.”

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