Barrack Obama Visits India

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

president USA barrack obama india visit november 2010 at new delhi india

President Barrack Obama is currently in India to work together on issues like counter-terrorism to promote peace, stability and prosperity for the whole world.

Obama talked to reporters after a ceremonial reception given to him at the forecourt of the majestic Rashtrapati Bhawan.

"My hope is that during these discussions between myself and Prime Minister, myself and President and other members of the Indian delegation, we will be able to build on the commercial ties that we already have, to strengthen cooperation in bilateral relations and international economy.

Given that India is not simply an emerging power but now it is a world power, US and India can work together to promote international principles, rules, relations between nations they can promote peace, stability, prosperity not only for just two nations but for the whole world."

It seems like president Obama is also here to seal £6 billion worth of deals for US. In return, India hopes for the waiving of restrictions on the transfer of American technology to government bodies working on space research or nuclear technology.

president USA barrack obama india visit november 2010 at new delhi india

The White House is also set to support Indian membership of four key global nuclear nonproliferation regimes. "We will end up treating India similar to other close allies and partners other than as a country of concern," senior White House aide Michael Froman said.

Obama will be and has been visiting the Mughal-era Islamic tomb, addressing to parliament and state dinner and most of all, meeting Manmohan Singh, India's 78 year-old Prime Minister and also Sonia Gandhi, the head of the Congress Party.







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