U.S.-India to continue close cooperation: national security advisors

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tweet to President-elect Joe Biden on his victory at the polls. Photo: Twitter @narendramodi

The new Biden administration’s National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan spoke by phone Jan. 27, 2021 with Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.

Sullivan reaffirmed President Biden’s commitment to a strong and enduring U.S.-India strategic partnership based on the two countries’ shared commitment to democracy, a readout of the call from the White House said.

The two NSAs discussed the importance of continuing close cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region, promoting regional security, and renewing efforts to collaborate on global challenges, including COVID-19 and climate change.



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