Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, who was speaking at a joint briefing with visiting US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, said on Friday that India cherishes its relationships with the US as a “trusted partner” and views it as such. The Union Minister emphasised further, “We enjoy a historically strong bilateral relationship supported by shared principles, convergence of interests on broad topics, and robust people-to-people contact.”
She added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden’s frequent encounters “and the determination of both leaders to cementing our strategic alliance” had strengthened the strong ties between the two countries. The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework and the Quad serve as powerful fora in creating sustainable economies, guaranteeing the security of global health, resilient supply chains, clean energy technology, green infrastructure, and climate finance, Sitharaman emphasised.
She claimed that the meeting on Friday will strengthen the ties between the two nations. The Finance Minister added, “We will continue to rely on tight ties with the US to confront the global economic difficulties in a more coordinated manner.
India is getting ready to take over the G-20 leadership as the ninth EEFP (Energy Efficiency Financing Platform) meeting takes place. This Monday, PM Modi announced the G-20 presidency of India’s logo, website, and theme.
“The Maha Upanishad, a prehistoric Sanskrit scripture, serves as the inspiration for the “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” or “One Earth, One Family, One Future” that serves as the subject of India’s G20 Presidency. The topic essentially recognises the worth of all life, including human, animal, plant, and microbial, as well as their interdependence on the planet Earth and across the universe “The government issued a statement.