Highlighting the partnership between the US and India, Vedant Patel, Principal Deputy Spokesperson for the US Department of State said that they are looking forward to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the country.
"We very much look forward to hosting PM Modi and members of the Indian Government We have an important partnership with India and we look forward to continuing to take steps to deepen that. This state visit will be an immense opportunity to talk about a number of shared priorities," said Vedant Patel, Principal Deputy Spokesperson for the US Department of State. He said that India and US " have an important partnership," and are looking "forward to deepen that".
United States Ambassador to India, Eric Garcetti, on May 11, said that New Delhi's partnership is the key to a free and prosperous Indo-Pacific and beyond.
After President Droupadi Murmu accepted the credentials, Garcetti, in a video message said, "The world's oldest and largest democracies, two nations that believe in our hearts about the power of people, have a great chapter to write together in the years ahead. India's partnership is the key to a free and prosperous Indo-Pacific and beyond." "And I'm excited to work with you to ensure we advance this defining relationship of the 21st century. Together, we will address global health challenges, confront climate change, and deliver the next generation of critical and emerging technologies to improve the lives of our people," he added.