US official Nancy Jackson has said that India's role on the global stage is continuously increasing and India-US relations are one of the most important relations. Nancy was interacting with Indian community leaders and local Indian journalists during her visit to Silicon Valley.
New Delhi: America has once again praised India. Interacting with regional leaders and Indian media reporters, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Nancy Ezzo Jackson said that India's role on the global stage continues to grow. He said that India's chairmanship of G20 will help this country to accelerate global development.
Jackson has said that India's role on the global stage is continuously increasing and Indo-US relations are one of the most important relations. South and Nancy Jackson told Indian community leaders and local Indian journalists during a visit to Silicon Valley last week that India's presidency of the G-20 would help the country make rapid progress in every field. India took over the presidency of the G-20 on December 1 last year. Jackson said, when we look at India's presidency of the G-20, we know that India's role on the global stage is continuously increasing.
Indo-US relations are also increasing continuously. The interactive session was moderated by Ajay Jain Bhutoria, a member of the President's Advisory Commission on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders. In this, senior officials of the State Department met prominent people of the Indian-American community, briefed them about India-US relations and underlined the importance of the Indian community in America.
During the conversation, Jackson referred to the role that India is playing at the international level, especially as the chair of the G-20 countries. He also highlighted the steps being taken by the State Department to reduce visa waiting time in India.