Joe Biden Says He Will Stand With India As It Confronts ‘New Threats’
On Saturday, on the occasion of Independence day in India, Joe Biden vowed closer ties with India and also better deals for Indians Americans in a short.
Joe Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris shared a note where she talked about her journey of Madras, stories that she heard from her grandparents about the heroes of Independence of India, she also opened up about the love for good idli.
Recently, Joe Biden talked about his expansive agenda that includes if he wins the November election, would better relationship with India and work for the welfare of Indians Americans. He also adds that Biden Administration will not bear China’s threats for its neighbours with impunity and must not tolerate cross-border terrorism.
Biden made a pre-recorded message played at outreach for the Indian Americans community to celebrate Indians Independence day. Biden was the vice president in Obama administration said while addressing Indian Americans
Biden also revived his efforts as a senator to rectify the civil nuclear deal that was made in 2008. He said that he believed if India and America are closer friends and become partners the world would be the more sheltered place.
Biden, 77 is challenging Republican Party’s current President Donald Trump who will be opposing him in the US presidential election that is supposed to take place on 3rd November. Biden also said that he will work on growing two-way trade between India and the US and large global challenges such as Global health security and the most important climate change.
He also introduced running mate in the presidential election, his dear friend Kamala Harris aged 55 an Indian America who would make history by becoming the first Indian American vice president of the US. He also talked about Kamala’s parent story of being migrated from India to the US.
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