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US Shares Consequential Relationship With India, Says Vedant Patel
- According to the US, its relationship with India is one of the most 'consequential,' and it is eager to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 22.
- He explained that the organization collaborates closely with the Indian administration to address some of the fundamental problems of the country.
According to the US, its relationship with India is one of the most 'consequential,' and it is eager to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 22. When asked about Prime Minister Modi's planned official visit to the US on Tuesday, Vedant Patel, the US chief deputy spokesperson, responded, "Our partnership with India is one of the most consequential."