Joe Biden congratulates India on its independence and remembers Gandhi

The president of United States, Joe Bidensent his congratulations this Sunday for the India due to the 75th anniversary of its Independence from British rule. The US president pointed out that India and the United States are important partners, who must work to guarantee peace.

“India and the United States are indispensable partners. The strategic alliance between the two is based on a commitment to the rule of law and the promotion of freedom and human dignity,” the president of USA.

As reported in AmericanPost.News, Joe Biden condemned the attack on the writer Salman Rushdie in New York by a young man who apparently has extremist beliefs, and wished him a speedy recovery. It should be noted that this author has Indian ancestry.

Joe Biden remembered Gandhi

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In his message, President Joe Biden recalled the pacifist message spread by Mahatma Gandhi, who led the peaceful independence process of India, which at that time was a colony of Britain. He also celebrated that the Indian community in the United States has made that country “a more innovative, inclusive and strong nation.”

“I trust that our democracies will remain united to defend the legal order, promote peace, prosperity and security; promote a free Indo-Pacific, and address the challenges we face around the world,” the US president said in a statement.

It should be noted that India is one of the Asian countries with which the United States seeks to strengthen its diplomatic and economic relations to counter the growing political and military influence of China in that region of the world, especially given the tension that arose from the visit of Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan.

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