In the eyes of the US India is a vital ally: White House: While the two nations are working to further their national interests in Ukraine. The White House said on Wednesday that India remains a crucial ally for the United States.
“We see the (Indian) partners as essential partners,” they said. And the growth of a free and open Indo-Pacific area is at the core of the US-India Strategic Partnership. According to Karine Jean-Pierre, the press secretary for the White House, who addressed reporters at her daily news conference.
When asked whether the alliance was deteriorating in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The press secretary gave an affirmative answer. The rule of law and the promotion of human freedom and dignity you’ve heard the President mention this, right? were her words.
In response to the query, Jean-Pierre said, “We are confident in our relationship, and in the years ahead, we’ll continue to stand together to defend the rules-based order.
Foster greater peace, prosperity, and security for our people. Advance a free and open Indo-Pacific; and together, address the challenges we face around the world.
She said that the position of the US towards Ukraine had been made quite clear. “We just announced a USD 3 billion increase in security aid to the nation to ensure that people continue to struggle for independence.
Not only us, but we have been. That is evident with our allies and business partners. So you can see that NATO is incredibly cohesive, and this President’s leadership is to thank for that, she said.
You can already see that NATO will now include two different nations. In light of this, it is clear that the West is strong and that our support for Ukraine has brought us closer together.
In light of this, we have been extremely clear about our position. The press secretary stated that when a nation is defending its freedom, democracy, or sovereignty, it is crucial to make sure that we back them.