USISPF Lauds Growing India-US Ties
India-West Staff Reporter
WASHINGTON, DC – US-India Strategic Partnership Forum President and CEO Mukesh Aghi on December 29 remarked that the diplomatic momentum gained during the visits of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden paved the way for a “concrete strategic roadmap” and new initiatives between India and the US in several areas.
In a statement, Aghi pointed to clean energy cooperation, education, space collaboration, semiconductors, quantum computing, drone technology, and artificial intelligence, with accelerated joint projects such as manufacturing GE F-414 jet engines in India, “putting India in the elite club of countries with such manufacturing capability.”
Earlier in June, Modi traveled to the US for a State visit. Later, Biden traveled to India to attend the G20 Summit.
USISPF Chief noted that 2024 will be the year to capitalize on building new trade links and new shipping and transport planes that will boost digital connectivity, create clean energy corridors, and strengthen India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States (I2U2) collaboration in West Asia.