India-US relationship has moved forward and widened over time: Nirmala Sitharaman

Finance Minister of India, Nirmala Sitharaman on April 22 said that the relation ship with India and the US has deepend and widened than what it was earlier before the commencement of Russia-Ukraine conflict. Nirmala Sitharaman who met the top tech leaders of the world at Washington DC, 

Finance Minister discussed range of issues including setting up R&D centres in India, upskilling talent, training and digitisation of small businesses with the CEOs of companies like Accenture, Deloitte, FedEx and Mastercard. Sitharaman was attending the annual spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

she also held a host of bilateral meetings and participated in many multilateral meetings. She interacted with several top officials of the Biden administration. “ India’s relationship with US has gone forward and it is a positive matter not it in a negative way. There is also an understanding, not just the legacy dependence for defence equipment on Russia, that India has legacy issues as much as relationships over several decades. And if anything, I can say with a bit of a confidence there is a positive understanding,” said Nirmala Sitharaman. 

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The Indo-Pacific Economic Relationship is gaining a lot of positive traction among the countries India and US, and that is why India’s relationship with the US is improving each day. Even during the Afghanistan terrorist activities, India and US stood together, and this all paved the way to build a strong bond between 2 countries, sadi Minister.