The India-us relationship is strengthening a mutual bonding. On Monday, 13th November Indian PM Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump associated for ASEAN Summit at Manila to discuss the prioritized issues of both the countries. The meeting further helped to build the strong relationship between both the countries India and United States. PM Narendra Modi has described Donald Trump as a “Friend” who is carrying out “A great job”. Also, during Trump’s visit to Asia, he has also praised Narendra Modi’s administration and strategies for the development of the country. So, mutual understanding between both the countries is rolling out at present.
“The relations between India and the US are growing, and I also feel that the relationship between India and the US is not only for mutual interest. It goes beyond that. We are working together for the interest, for the future of Asia and for the humanity as a whole in the world,” PM Modi said.
“India-US Relationship Beyond Mutual Interest, Good for Humanity,” PM Modi Says at ASEAN Summit
Prime Minister Modi has also mentioned his special thanks for Donald Trump for appreciating India whenever he gets the opportunity to speak.
“…in the few days wherever president Trump has travelled and whenever opportunity arose to talk about India, he has expressed very high opinion about India,” PM Modi said.
“I would like to assure you whatever the expectations are of the world, of the US from India, India has always made efforts to fulfil those expectations and we will continue to do so in the future too,” he said.
The mutual appreciation of the presidents showing a positive line between both countries. American President Donald Trump has again said that “PM Modi as a friend and a great gentleman”.
“PM Narendra Modi is here we had met at the White House before. He has become a friend of ours. He’s doing a great job. A lot of things were solved and we will continue to work together,” he said.
He said that PM Modi was doing a “fantastic job by bringing lots of factions in India together that is what I hear and is a good news and lot of good reports are coming out of India.”
Indo-Pacific Deals at ASEAN Summit 2017 at Manila
US and India leaders have discussed the security issues of the countries, how to strengthen bilateral trade and other major issues. The move to set up the quadrilateral partnership of US, India, Japan and Australia comes in the background of developing Chinese confidence in the South China Sea. The US has been favoring a bigger part of India in the deliberately critical Indo-Pacific region.
The use of the expression “Indo-Pacific” by President Trump has prompted the hypothesis that it might have a speculation with Washington setting up the ground for a recovery of the purported quadrilateral key cooperation between the Japan, US, Australia, and India to counter China’s development.
Donald Trump’s Opinion About India
President Trump on Saturday applauded India’s “astounding” development after it opened up its economy and furthermore commended PM Modi, saying he has been working effectively to bring the huge nation and its people together. He commended India as a sovereign vote based system with people of more than 1 billion and also the largest democracy in the world.