White House official claims, 'Trump boosts ties with India more than ever'
Washington America 's President Donald Trump has increased America's relations with India and the partnership between the two countries has not been seen before in the President's term. The White House has given information about this. The White House said that the US President will continue to pursue this important partnership in the coming years as well. "President Trump prioritized US-India relations and worked to expand all aspects of the partnership over the last three-and-a-half years," a senior administration official from the National Security Council of the White House said on Monday.
"Given the democratic foundations of the two countries and their mutual interests in rebuilding the global economy after covid-19, to diversify global supply chains and to keep the Indo-Pacific region free and open," the official said. Trump will continue to grow this important partnership in the coming years as well. "The official said," The Trump administration has increased and strengthened US relations with India, as never seen before under any US administration. " Said, "During President Trump's visit to India on February 24-26, he and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended ties for a comprehensive global strategic partnership." Prime Minister Modi was among the first foreign leaders to visit the White House after President Trump took office on June 26, 2017.