At the India Ideas Summit, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar elaborated his views on Indo-US relations. He said that we (India-US) have the ability to work together to shape the world. India and the US have the ability to set big agendas.
Through video conferencing, Jaishankar said, “We are working on maritime security, anti-terrorism, connectivity, corona virus, climate change”. I think a large part of this is how we shape the larger agenda, strengthening the bilateral agenda.
Chairperson of US-India Business Council Nisha Biswal said that the corona virus has damaged our international institutions. But the crisis brings clarity. It is a time of opportunity for the US-India partnership, a moment to increase its full potential. The Foreign Minister further said that I think, America really needs to learn to work with a more multi-polar world with a more multilateral system. He further said that America should go beyond the alliances with which it has advanced in the last two generations.
At the conference, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that we have invited Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the next G-7 summit. Where we will advance the international prosperity network.