India and the United States are expected to move forward with a series of initiatives in 2022: WH

In 2022, India and the United States are expected to move forward on a wide range of initiatives, including the fight against the pandemic, climate change, QUAD and new and emerging technologies, the White House announced on Monday.

As you know, in September the (US) President (Joe Biden) welcomed Prime Minister Modi to the White House and their meeting aimed to open a new chapter in the history of US-Indian relations. At that time, the two leaders presented their shared vision for US-Indian relations and (we) will continue to work closely together this year, White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters during his remarks. daily press conference.

You can expect our governments to move forward on a wide range of initiatives ranging from cooperation to tackle the pandemic, to scaling up actions to tackle climate change, working bilaterally and through the QUAD (Quadrilateral Security Dialogue), expanding our cooperation in trade and investment, cyber, and new and emerging technologies, Psaki said.

She was responding to questions on the Biden administration’s agenda regarding the Indo-American relationship in 2022.

And as we continue to speak as always, we focus on strengthening the deep bonds between our people and our shared democratic values ​​that underpin the relationship. But obviously we’re going to keep building from here, Psaki said.

In response to another question about China’s aggressive behavior on the border with India, she said the United States continues to monitor the situation.

We continue to monitor the situation closely. We continue to support dialogue and the peaceful settlement of these border disputes. We have been quite clear about our view of Beijing’s behavior in the region of the world. We think this can be unsettling and we are concerned about the PRC’s attempt to intimidate its neighbors, she said.

We will continue to support our partners on this, added Psaki.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)

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