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US Says India Has Vibrate Democracy; Both States Will Continue To Work On Bilateral Relations

US Says India Has Vibrate Democracy; Both States Will Continue To Work On Bilateral Relations

The United States has acknowledged India ‘s vibrant democracy and expressed a commitment to working with the country on bilateral relations.

In a recent statement, the US State Department noted that India’s democratic institutions and processes have strengthened over the years.

This follows Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s much awaited visit to the US and in a statement the White House said that India, like the United States, is a vibrant democracy and that the two nations are going to continue to work on bilateral relationship.

Meanwhile while addressing a press conference on Tuesday, National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications John Kirkby said that “Democracy is tough, we know that. We have seen it firsthand here in this country. It’s tough. You have got to work at it.

During this year’s dialogue, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin are to meet with their Indian counterparts, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh.

In addition to discussing defense and strategic cooperation, the ministers are also to address regional security challenges, including those posed by China and Pakistan. They are also to discuss ways to deepen economic and people-to-people ties between the two countries.

The US State Department’s recognition of India’s vibrant democracy is significant, particularly in light of recent critiques of the country’s democratic record by some international organizations.

The statement demonstrates the importance that the US places on its relationship with India and its commitment to working with the country on common interests.

Both countries have a long history of cooperation on a range of issues, and the US has become an increasingly important partner for India in recent years. The two countries have worked together on a number of initiatives, including defense, energy, and technology.

As the world’s two largest democracies, the US and India share a commitment to democratic values and principles. The US State Department’s recognition of India’s vibrant democracy underscores the importance of this shared commitment and the potential for continued collaboration between the two nations.

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