Obama Assured the Indian Prime Minister That He Strives for Strengthening Ties with India
The U.S. President Barack Obama informed Manmohan Singh, Indian Prime Minister, about his desire to meet the obligations that would help strengthen ties with India. It happened on Tuesday just when his administration defined its competitors – China and Pakistan – as the main priorities of the U.S. foreign policy in Asia.
During the ceremony Obama told Mr. Singh that his visit confirmed the possibility to build a relationship between the U.S. and India which would be based on partnership.
During the negotiations in the White House the Indian government wants to receive clear evidence that Obama is going to develop and strengthen economic and diplomatic relations with India which deepened during the administration of his predecessor, George W. Bush.
While talking to Obama, Mr. Singh said that the American president is a source of inspiration for everyone who appreciates democratic values and equal rights.