EAM Jaishankar discusses India-US trade relations with Trade Representative Katherine Tai

Washington, DC [US], September 29 (ANI): Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met US Commerce Consultant Ambassador Katherine Tai and mentioned the increasing commerce and financial relationship between India and the US.

“Good to see US Commerce Consultant @AmbassadorTai. Spoke about our increasing commerce and financial relationship and its broader significance,” Jaishankar posted on X (previously Twitter).

The EAM additionally participated in a dialog with Suppose Tanks about India’s rising function in international transformation.

“An open and productive dialog with Suppose Tanks in Washington DC this morning. Mentioned transformations underway world wide and India’s rising function,” Jaishankar acknowledged.

Earlier within the day, Jaishankar additionally held a gathering with US Nationwide Safety Advisor Jake Sullivan. Either side acknowledged the great progress in bilateral relations this 12 months and mentioned taking it ahead.

“Started my Washington DC go to with a gathering with NSA @JakeSullivan46. Acknowledged the great progress in our bilateral relationship this 12 months and mentioned taking it ahead,” Jaishankar mentioned.

EAM Jaishankar on Wednesday (native time) arrived in Washington, DC from New York the place he might be partaking with quite a few delegates.

Notably, Jaishankar is on a go to to the US from September 22-30. He can even be addressing the 4th World Tradition Pageant being organised by the Artwork of Residing.

Earlier this month, US President Joe Biden visited New Delhi to attend the G20 Summit underneath India’s Presidency. Throughout the go to, Biden met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and mentioned points starting from defence cooperation, and expertise sharing.

Earlier on Tuesday, Jaishankar addressed the 78th session of the United Nations Common Meeting in New York.

Throughout his tackle, the EAM mentioned that”political comfort” shouldn’t be countenanced in figuring out responses to terrorism and extremism in an obvious reference to Canada amid a diplomatic standoff between the 2 nations.

He additionally mentioned that respect for territorial integrity and non-interference in inside affairs can’t be exercised in cherry-picking. (ANI)