US Delegation to Visit India for Eight Days to Look into Measures to Improve Relations
A group led by US Senator Jon Ossoff will travel to India for eight days starting on August 30 to look at ways to improve mutually beneficial commercial, scientific, and security connections
A group of delegations led by US Senator Jon Ossoff will travel to India for eight days starting on August 30 to look at ways to improve mutually beneficial commercial, scientific, and security connections. Senator Ossoff stated, US delegation to enhance the bond between our nations and to meet the young Indian leaders. The youngest US senator to be elected in three decades is a 35-year-old Georgian.
In Georgia, where the expanding Indian diaspora is a thriving and adored part of the community, will likewise seek to represent the Indian American community. According to a statement issued by his office, Ossoff will endeavour to improve US-Indian relations in the areas of business, science, culture, and security.
Over 100,000 Indian Americans live in Georgia, the state Ossoff represents in the US Senate. On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of India's independence, Senator Ossoff addressed a message to the Indian people this week in which he emphasised the value of strengthening bilateral connections.
According to Senator Ossoff, led bipartisan investigations into abuse and corruption while serving as the chairman of the Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. During his first two years in office, he drafted and passed legislation to strengthen civil rights, encourage domestic solar energy manufacturing, and improve public health.