PM Narendra Modi on Thursday portrayed India and America as "regular accomplices" as he held the first in-person meeting with US VP Kamala Harris at the White House during which they chose to additional concrete the Indo-US key organization and talked about worldwide issues of average interest, including dangers to majority rules system and the Indo-Pacific.
"India and America are regular accomplices. We have comparative qualities, comparable international interests," PM Modi said in a joint media appearance with Kamala Harris, the very first individual of Indian beginning to be chosen as the VP of the United States.
Noticing that India and the US are the biggest and most established majority rules systems, PM Modi said the two nations share esteems. Their coordination and collaboration are likewise progressively expanding.
This is the primary gathering between the two chiefs. Harris had before spoken with PM Modi via telephone in June during the Covid-19 emergency in India.
"You are the wellspring of motivation for such countless individuals across the world. I'm certain that our reciprocal relationship will contact new statures under President Biden and your administration," Modi told Harris.
The two chiefs were wearing veils as they talked before a battery of pool columnists from the two India and the US.
He welcomed the 56-year-old Democratic pioneer to visit India.
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