Celebrating 75 years of India-US diplomatic relationship

By siliconindia   |   Thursday, 04 August 2022, 11:10 Hrs
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Celebrating 75 years of India-US diplomatic relationship

On account of India's platinum jubilee celebration of independence along with its diplomatic relations with the US, the latter has expressed its deep interest and honour in working with India to establish mutual consistency in both nations

The United States has extended its felicitations to India, remarking how its strategy of freedom struggle-Ahimsa has set an example for other nations all over the world. Further, the former nation added that they would happily welcome collaboration between the two countries to advance a free and open Indo-Pacific to address the challenges they face all around the world.

The White House press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, addressed the reporters in the US, stating how India’s approach to freedom struggle has inspired its fellow nations and expressed the US’ wish to witness India prospering over the upcoming periods. On account of the two nations’ diplomatic relationship for 75 years, she added that holding the favour of the world's oldest and largest democracy, the two nations would join forces to bestow opportunities, security, freedom, and dignity upon their people.

Furthermore, by going hand-in-hand in important areas, the two countries have established monumental outreach in defence, vaccines, climate, technology, and progressive connections between people. The two nations will continue working together to advance a free and open Indo-Pacific and enable the addressing of challenges faced by both nations all over the world.

Thus, the US, Japan, India, and Australia have come up with QUAD (Quadrilateral Security Dialogue), a Quadrilateral coalition. The US remarked that this productive collaboration is not an alliance but a grouping of countries that share common interests and values to strengthen a rule-based order in the Indo-Pacific region.