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“We congratulate our friends in India who have recently celebrated their Independence Day,” the National Security Council of the White House said in a tweet on the occasion of India’s 74th Independence Day. Indian values And friends of India.
We congratulate our friends in #India who recently celebrated their Independence Day. As @realDonaldTrump said dur… https://t.co/JKv8pedQAc
– NSC (@WHNSC) 1597841215000
As president Donald Trump During his visit to India in February, “America is keen to strengthen relations between our two countries, and will always be loyal friends to the people of India,” it said.
NSC’s tweet was retweeted by Senator John Cornyn, co-chairman of the Senate Indian Caucus.
Earlier this week, a senior administration officer of NSC said that Trump administration Has elevated US relations with India and strengthened its growing partnership in ways not seen in any other US administration.
During President Trump’s historic visit to India in February, he and Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended ties to a broader global strategic partnership.
Prime Minister Modi was also one of the first foreign leaders to visit the White House after President Trump assumed office.
The two leaders have spoken side-by-side on two major events – “Howie, Modi” before a crowd of over 55,000 in Houston, Texas in September 2019 and again “Namaste, Trump” in February 2020 in Ahmedabad, Gujarat , To address a crowd of 110,000.
“These celebrations fostered our people-to-people ties and highlighted the warm relations between the two leaders,” the official said.
According to the official, Trump has prioritized US-India relations and has worked to expand all aspects of the partnership over the last three and a half years.
“Given the mutual foundations of the two countries and our mutual interests in rebuilding the global economy after Kovid-19, President Trump builds this important partnership to diversify global supply chains and keep the Indo-Pacific region free and open.” Will continue to do. Years to come, “Officer.
The National Security Council of the White House on Wednesday also congratulated Afghanistan and Pakistan on their recent Independence Day.
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