New York: Indian Ambassador to the United States Taranjit Singh Chandu has said that it is time to renew the unique relationship between India and the United States to ensure world peace and security and the direct benefit of one-fifth of humanity.
Indian Ambassador to India Taranjit Singh Chandu has commented on Newsweek, an American news agency, entitled ‘Deepening Indo-US Relations in a Challenging Times’. In it she says:
It is time to renew the unique relationship between India and the United States to ensure world peace and security and the direct benefit of one-fifth of humanity, as the world has been plagued by corona impacts and economic impacts for more than half a century.
Relations between the two countries need to be further strengthened, especially in the 5 key areas of action against corona vulnerability, climate change mitigation measures, digital technology, education, security and diplomatic relations.
India and the United States have had excellent relations for more than 20 years. We hope that good relations will continue under the current leadership of US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. She noted that the two countries now have the opportunity to share information on measures against corona infection, health care, especially the best medical treatment, and vaccinations.
“Corona vaccines have been given not only to India and South Asia, but also to Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia, the world’s largest pharmacists,” she said.