“Over the previous two decades, the (India-US) relationship has changed dramatically. Our strategic and security collaboration, as well as our commercial and technology ties, are all examples of this “Jaishankar expressed himself.
Policymakers in both nations, according to Jaishankar, are acutely aware of the enormous difference that our educational collaboration can make. (File)
The India-US relationship has experienced a “real metamorphosis” in the previous two decades, with the human aspect serving as a significant engine, according to External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.
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In the previous two decades, the (India-US) relationship has seen a significant transition. Whether it’s our strategic and security collaboration or our economic and technology ties, it’s making a bigger impact in world events,” Jaishankar said in an interview with Howard University students.
“The human aspect has been a fundamental driver of this development. “The 4.4 million Indian diaspora has actually established our image in this society and helped form ties that are an incredible source of strength for us in our work,” he said a day after the India-US 2+2 Ministerial.
“At its heart are our students, professors, researchers, and professionals, who have aided America’s progress while also serving as a link between our two societies.” “It is also vital for young Americans to have a greater grasp of India and the world in order for our ties to expand,” he said.
“It is critical that you appreciate a civilizational state as well as a democratic and comrade democratic democracy that is overcoming great odds on a daily basis. After all, we’re only natural partners when our people feel strongly connected,” he explained to the pupils.
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“That’s why Secretary Blinken and I were overjoyed to form the Working Group on Education and Skill Development that he mentioned yesterday.” It will allow us to investigate a variety of possibilities in the fields of education, research, innovation, and business,” he stated.
Policymakers in both nations, according to Jaishankar, are acutely aware of the enormous difference that our educational collaboration can make. On the Indian side, the 2020 National Education Policy considers and emphasizes international educational collaboration. “We notice the renewed attention on the STEM sector on the American end, especially in activities in which we are both members of the Quad,” he said.
Blinken stated in his speech that the US-India strategic alliance is “absolutely necessary and fundamental” for addressing the problems of the twenty-first century.