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US Secretary of State Blinken and Austin met PM Modi after 2+2 talks, this was discussed regarding India-US relations

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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Minister Lloyd Austin meeting Prime Minister Modi.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Minister Lloyd Austin have met Prime Minister Narendra Modi after “two-plus-two talks” with Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi. During this, there was a detailed discussion on strengthening the relations between India and America. There were also extensive discussions on security and development in the Indo-Pacific region. Let us tell you that the Indo-Pacific region is a pin point for Europe, Asia including Australia and America. America has joined hands with India to end China’s dominance in this region. The Indo-Pacific region is a major compulsion for other European countries to increase their inclination towards India.

The Indo-Pacific region is a major route for development and trade for almost the entire world, which is the cornerstone of strengthening the economy. In a post on his Facebook page, Antony Blinken said, “I discussed with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi how the US and India are working to promote an open and secure Indo-Pacific region. I look forward to technology, “Look forward to continuing our innovations in clean energy and space.”

Israel-Hamas war also discussed

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken strongly condemned the deaths of civilians in Gaza due to Israeli military action, saying on Friday that many Palestinians have been killed and many people have suffered losses in the last few weeks. Addressing a media briefing at the end of the India-US ‘2+2’ ministerial talks, the US Secretary of State said more needs to be done to reduce the harm being caused to Palestinian civilians. Blinken’s comments have come amid growing dissatisfaction over the large number of civilian deaths and increasing number of injured in Gaza due to Israeli military action.

Blinken said, “Too many Palestinians have been killed, too many people have suffered in the last few weeks. And we want to do everything possible to protect them from harm and to maximize the assistance they receive.” He added, ”To that end, we will continue to discuss with Israel concrete steps that will further these objectives. Can be taken up for. We will continue to focus on efforts to liberate those held hostage (by Hamas).

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