Modi greets Kamala Harris and declares that India and the United States are “natural partners.”

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Modi noted that India and the United States are the world’s largest and oldest democracies, adding that the two countries share ideas and improve their coordination and collaboration.
Natural partners
Prime Minister Narendra Modi referred to India and the United States as “natural partners” during his first face-to-face meeting with US Vice President Kamala Harris at the White House, during which they agreed to strengthen the Indo-US strategic partnership and discussed global issues of mutual interest such as threats to democracy, Afghanistan, and the Indo-Pacific.
“India and the United States of America are natural allies. We share similar values and geopolitical interests,” Modi said in a joint press conference with Harris. The latter is the first Indian-American to be elected Vice President of the United States.

Largest democracies

Modi noted that India and the United States are the world’s largest and oldest democracies, adding that the two countries share ideas and improve their coordination and collaboration.
Both leaders agreed that the bilateral relationship is on solid ground, according to Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla, who briefed reporters on the meeting, which lasted an hour.
Covid concerns


During the Covid-19 situation in India in June, Harris spoke with Modi on the phone.


“You are an inspiration to a lot of people all over the world. Under President Biden’s and your leadership, I am totally certain that our bilateral partnership will reach new heights,” Modi said Harris.
Modi later tweeted, “Glad to have met @VP@KamalaHarris.” Her achievement has inspired people all across the world. We discussed various topics that will help strengthen the India-US partnership, which is built on shared values and cultural ties.”
According to Harris, the world is more interconnected and interdependent than it has ever been. “And the issues we confront today have brought that fact to light. “The importance of our shared belief in the Indo-Pacific area, Covid-19, and the climate crisis,” she stated.

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