Biden describes his relationship with India as "excellent," stating that he has visited the country twice.
President Joe Biden said, "The United States is there for India," a day after US State Department spokesperson Ned Price said, "The United States is there for India." "I've been to India twice and plan to return. (India) and I have a great relationship."
US President Joe Biden said on Friday that he and India had a good relationship and that he hoped to return to India. "I've been to India twice and plan to return. (India) and I have a great relationship "Biden said this to reporters as he was leaving for a weekend trip to his Delaware home.
The remarks came a day after State Department spokesman Ned Price stated that despite New Delhi's relationship with Moscow during the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, the US-India relationship remains intact. "We've had a number of discussions with our Indian partners, and the point we've made is that every country's relationship with Moscow will be different," Price said.
The United States is there for India, and this message has been conveyed to Indian partners, according to Ned Price.
"...India's relationship with Russia has developed over many decades as countries reorient their relations with Moscow, as we have seen many do. This will be a slow and steady process. However, we have made it clear to our Indian partners that we are there for them at all times. We are prepared, capable, and eager to collaborate with them. And that's exactly what we've done "According to Ned Price.
The US has taken note of the Prophet controversy and expressed its delight that the BJP has condemned the remarks made by two BJP officials. "We encourage India to promote human rights respect. When he was in New Delhi last year, the Secretary of State stated that the Indian and American people share the same values: human dignity, human respect, equality of opportunity, and freedom of religion or belief "Price stated his opinion.