PM Modi played crucial role in G20 consensus, says principal deputy NSA Jon Finer
NEW DELHI: PM Narendra Modi was “instrumental” in forging a consensus at the recent G20 summit in Bali which finally led all countries to agree to a joint statement, a senior US official said in Washington. At an event organised by the Indian embassy in Washington, principal deputy NSA Jon Finer also said 2022 had been a huge year in the history of India-US relations and that the next year will be even bigger, while asserting that the Biden administration sees this alliance as among the most consequential relationships for America anywhere in the world.
“Looking around the world when the United States and (its) President (Joe) Biden look for partners that can truly help carry the load, truly help move forward a global agenda, India and Prime Minister Modi are very high on that list,” Finer told the gathering of several hundred Indian-Americans on Sunday. “We just saw this in real-time at the G20 where the prime minister was instrumental in forging a consensus around a joint statement among a far-flung group of countries and in the comments and work that the prime minister has done and others in the Indian government have done to highlight the increasing risk related to nuclear issues.”
Reflecting on his views on the India-US relationship, Finer reiterated the administration’s commitment to it and said 2022 and 2023 are two critical years for this.
“The year 2022 was huge in US-India relations. We think we have an even bigger year ahead in 2023. We have the Quad summit on the agenda coming up. We have India’s G20 presidency, which I know we’re all looking forward to, including PM Modi,” he said in his address.
The two leaders will participate in the G20 working session on Food and Energy Security today. PM Modi also greeted and shook hands with French President Emmanuel Macron. Earlier today, PM Modi was greeted by Indonesia's President Joko Widodo at the venue.
While a dynamic Modi is leading India to glory, back home politics is sinking lower and lower. Congress, Mamta, jihadis etc. trying to divide country, corrupt people like Lalu, Satyendra Jain, etc. running governments from jails, failed parties offering freebies instead of governing. Future of India is as bleak without Modi as it was 8 years back
Guts of PM recognized by all countries
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A new world order is sha with India as its fulcrum. Proud to have a leader like Modi.
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US seeing big importance of India in its alliance......
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Under the dynamic leadership of MODIJI, INDIA has now become a global player. These days ,without India's involvement or consultation no big decision is possibly taken.,Thank you MODIJI.
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ToIn doing everything to promote their employer for coming elections. Pathetic!
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leave this country or remain in this agony forever...aayega to Modi hi
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As per pappu - USA is now sold out to RSS.
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ANOTHER JUMLABAAZI AFTER DEMONETIZATION AND HASTE GST IMPLEMENTATION,WHEN INDIA WILL BE FREE FROM FRAUDS ,HAS TO WAIT
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Unlike other leaders, THE P M never highlighted his achievements in G 20 summit. This is his quality.
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ALONG WITH AKSAI CHIN / SHAKSGAM VALLEY ALL INTEGRAL PART OF INDIA-!! / JAI HIND // AKHAND BHARAT // VANDEMATRAM
Bala Srinivasan•saginaw USA
But i still find the irritatingly "BELITTLING"treatment of INDIA by the petty "WASPISH"american leadership.
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Money and Aircraft spare parts etc to Pakistan. Lovely sweet words to India. Excellent American policy.
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Another piece of selective news diffused just as an image building exercise to hype the persona of Modi and his purported preponderance in influencing Geo-politics.
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USA not so long ago was anti india and had imposed sanctions . Today it sings its praise.India has been wise to stay neutral and follow its core development philosophy.Once China was its darling now they are swore enemies. This is USA
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dont trust these people for their business they will praise PM,one side support and aid terrorist country pakistan
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We should not feel bloated by the false praise by others nor should be hungry of such praise.
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The comments of the US Deputy regarding PM Modi is very encouraging and speaks volumes of the personality of our PM. He is taking India places. I am proud of him.
PM Peace Maker Shri Narendra Modiji from Land of Ahimsa Gujraj shows Vishwa Guruness.
India under PM Modi clearly demonstrated to the world that it will not sing or dance to others' tune, but it will work for the world based on his own term. Long live PM MODI. Jai Hind.