Washington: America’s elected President Joe Biden has made the first statement about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and India since his victory. Biden has said that he will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to meet all shared global challenges, including overcoming the Kovid-19 epidemic, taking steps to put the global economy back on track, and maintaining a safe and prosperous Indo-Pacific region. Interested in working together. This was the first conversation between the two leaders after winning the November 3 presidential election in the country.
‘Biden expresses gratitude to PM Modi’
The power transfer team of Biden and elected Vice President Kamala Harris said, “The elected president has said that he is ready to overcome the Kovid-19 epidemic and prepare for future health crises, tackle the threat of climate change, global economy The Prime Minister is keen to work with Prime Minister Narendra Modi to meet all shared global challenges, including taking steps to revive the US, strengthen democracy at home and abroad, and maintain a safe and prosperous Indo-Pacific region. ‘ According to the statement issued after the talks between the two leaders, Biden thanked Modi for his congratulations.
PM Modi congratulated Biden
According to the statement, Biden has expressed his desire to deepen and expand the strategic partnership between the US and India with the first Vice President of South Asian origin. Earlier on Tuesday, Modi tweeted and said, “I congratulated the elected President of America, Joe Biden, on the phone.” We reiterated our commitment to the Indo-US strategic partnership and discussed the shared priorities and challenges on the COVID-19 epidemic, climate change and cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region. ‘
Modi congratulates Kamala Harris as well
The Prime Minister also congratulated the elected Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris. He said, ‘His success is a matter of pride and inspiration for the Indian American community. This community is an important source of strength of Indo-US relations. The Prime Minister’s Office issued a statement on Tuesday saying that Modi had congratulated Biden for his election.