Congressional Delegation Meets Jaishankar In Delhi
NEW DELHI (ANI) – External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on August 16 met a US Congressional delegation and discussed the transformation underway in India. The two sides exchanged views on advancing the bilateral partnership between India and the US.
They discussed the global situation and collaboration between India and the US on multilateral, regional, and global issues. The delegation included Reps Shri Thanedar, Richard McCormick, and Ro Khanna.
Jaishankar tweeted, “A good interaction with the US Congressional delegation today. Glad they could join as we celebrated #IndependenceDay. Discussed the transformation underway in India, especially its outcomes of better governance. Shared our aspirations and expectations for Amritkaal. Also exchanged views on our advancing bilateral partnership. Shared perspectives on the global situation and our collaboration on multilateral, regional, and global issues.“
McCormick, speaking about the India-US relationship and threats from China, said, “We continue to develop trust given the fact that we’ve had a long history of coordinated efforts, but this is going to be something unique as we go into this next generation of threats, especially with the proximity to China and other countries. Developing a strong relationship strategically, economically, and militarily so that we can trust each other into the future.”