India-U.S. Ties Set To Become Stronger, Says Consul-General Thomas Vajda

Wednesday, 29 April 2015, 10:20 Hrs
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BHOPAL: U.S. Consul-General in Mumbai Thomas L Vajda, said in Bhopal that the U.S-Indo ties were set to become stronger in the future.

"The ties between the two nations are strong and will grow stronger in future. There are many things common between India and U.S. like democracy, federal system, and stand against terrorism, which binds the two nations," said Mr Vajda, on his first visit to Madhya Pradesh.

Arrival of new President in the White House after the next year's elections in the U.S. would not affect the relations between the two countries, he added.

About his meeting with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Mr Vajda said that it was very encouraging, and Mr Chouhan wanted to attract investment in defence sector in the state.

Mr Vajda was in the state capital to explore and facilitate business opportunities between United States and Madhya Pradesh.

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Source: PTI
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