White House said - Kamla Harris will strengthen relations with India.
Speaking at a daily press conference, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that President Joe Biden has visited India several times. He respects America's relations with India and this will continue.
There have been two positive statements in terms of the Republic of India after the new President Joe Biden took over power in the United States. The White House has said that after Kamla Harris becomes Vice President, the relationship between the Republic of India and America will be stronger than before. At the same time, the new United States Defense Minister has said that Pakistan did not take correct action against terrorists who spread terror in the Republic of India. Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the US on Wednesday, January 20.
What did the white house say?
New White House Press Secretary Jane Pasky, in a media interaction on Thursday night, hoped that after Kamla Harris became Vice President, the relationship between the Republic of India and American would be stronger than before. Paskey said President Biden respects the relationship between Washington and New Delhi. He himself has visited India many times. This sequence of relationships will increase further.
In response to a question, Paski said - Kamala Harris is the first Indian-American to become Vice President of the U.S.A. They will work towards greatly improving and strengthening the relationship between these two countries.