File images of Joe Biden and Narendra Modi.
In a tweet, PM Modi says he seems to be ahead ‘to strengthen India-US strategic partnership’ with the assistance of the brand new US President
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As Joe Biden took oath because the forty sixth president of the US of America bringing an finish to Donald Trump’s turbulent 4 years in workplace, and Kamala Harris created historical past by changing into the primary girl vp of America, needs poured in from India.
Congratulating the duo for heralding a brand new chapter within the USA, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated he appeared ahead to working with the brand new US President ‘to strengthen India-US strategic partnership’.
“My finest needs for a profitable time period in main USA as we stand united and resilient in addressing frequent challenges and advancing international peace and safety.”
“The India-US partnership relies on shared values. We have now a considerable and multifaceted bilateral agenda, rising financial engagement and vibrant individuals to individuals linkages. Committed to working with President @JoeBiden to take the India-US partnership to even higher heights,” the PM tweeted.
Vice President Venkaiah Naidu echoed Modi’s sentiments. “Congratulations & finest needs to Joe Biden & Kamala Harris on being sworn in as President & Vice President of USA. India-US ties are primarily based on many shared values & I am positive that partnership between the 2 nations will get additional cemented in coming years,” he stated in a tweet.
“Congratulating the USA on a brand new chapter of their democracy,” stated Congress chief Rahul Gandhi.
Congratulating the USA on a brand new chapter of their democracy. Greatest needs to President Biden and Vice-President Harris.#InaugurationDay
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) January 20, 2021
Samajwadi Social gathering chief Akhilesh Yadav wrote on Twitter: “Hope beneath the nice management of President
@JoeBiden and Vice President @KamalaHarris, America & American democracy will take a brand new stride.”