John Kerry has appreciated India’s strong stand on towards clean energy and climate change.
John Kerry, US Secretary of State arrived to New Delhi on Monday to take part in the 2nd Indo-US Strategic and Commercial Dialogue, where he discussed about important matters like terrorism emerge from Pakistan, economic issues.
During his visit On Wednesday morning Secretary Kerry addressed the students of Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi.
Kerry stressed on the tightening of relations between biggest two democracies, said, “Strengthening Indo-US relations is a top priority for the United States. US and India have to keep faith in our democratic values and respect the rights of all our citizens when countries look for address the issue with use of force, US-India have upheld the rule-based international order. The common philosophies of India & US are responsible for our ties,” at the Town hall session at IIT Delhi.
Talking about US relations with India and PM Modi, Secretary Kerry said, “I appreciate starving vision of future it’s in Indian DNA, US supports PM Modi’s plan of increasing share of renewable power source.”
Kerry also state that key challenge before world is to save planet, he overwhelmed India’s strong stand on climate change and clean energy.
The Secretary of State spoke about terrorism and said single state unable to fight against terrorists and extremists, it important to strike at the root cause of extremism and tackle the challenges together.”He added bad governance should be eradicated and everyone should be contributed towards a peaceful world.
India and the United States agreed to move forward on building six nuclear reactors and discussed ways to enhance cooperation in the field of atomic power and space on Tuesday.
The US also fully backed India on its demand that Pakistan should act against terrorists operating from sanctuaries on its soil with US Secretary of State John Kerry asserting that his country “stands in strong partnership with India” against all terrorism.
Terrorism is radiating from Pakistan continuing create cross-border terrorism in the larger region of the country, talks between Kerry and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj briefed. Stepping up cooperation on counter-terrorism, India and US agreed on a joint cyber framework and increasing intelligence sharing in fighting terror and brutal extremism.
Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs Minister after holding the 2nd Indo-US Strategic and Commercial Dialogue with US Secretary of State John Kerry, said two countries agreed on additional measures to strengthen counter-terrorism cooperation.