New York, 18 November (IANS). Joe Biden, who is going to take over as the President of the United States of America in January, spoke to India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the phone and said he wanted to strengthen and enhance relations between the two countries together with Kamala Harris.
On Tuesday, Biden’s transition team told of their conversation with Modi, Biden thanked Modi for his congratulations and said that he would strengthen the US-India strategic partnership with Kamla Harris, the first Vice President of South Asian origin. Want to do and increase. At the same time, he said that he wanted to work closely with the Prime Minister on shared global challenges, including controlling Kovid-19, tackling climate change threats, initiating global economic reforms, strengthening democracy.
However, there was no mention of cooperation in counter-terrorism. Also, Biden also spoke to Modi after a round of talks that began with international leaders from 10 November. Under this, Biden spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, considered close to Trump.
Let us tell you that Modi was one of the first leaders to recognize Biden as the winner of the presidential election. Apart from Modi, President of India Ramnath Kovind also congratulated Biden by immediately tweeting that he was declared the winner based on the estimates of the results of the American media.