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Next four years to witness robust India-US friendship: Richard Verma


New Delhi: As US elected Donald Trump as their new President, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma on Wednesday said the next four years will witness ‘robust’ US-India friendship.

“Whether Democrat, Republican, Independent, Red or Blue on the political map, this is something fundamental to our values and to our core as Americans. And it’s something, I’m sure, that can be appreciated by all of us here – from both the oldest democracy in the world, and the largest democracy in the world,” read the statement issued by Verma.

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“The ties that bind the two countries together are built on our shared democratic values, and go beyond the friendship of the American President and the Indian Prime Minister,” he said.

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“They go beyond the economic and people-to-people ties. The US-India relationship is vitally important, it is bipartisan, and it is only growing stronger. Here’s to another four years of robust US-India Dosti,” Verma said.

Trump defeated his opponent Hillary Clinton in the closely fought Presidential polls.


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