US Election 2020: Indian Foreign Ministry’s Reaction to Joe Bidens Dominance – US Election: Foreign Ministry Response Amid Biden’s Leadership, Foundation of Extremely Strong Indo-American Relations

Special things have been said, we are awaiting the election results. The cooperation of the two countries is in all possible areas. We have the strong support of both sides. 

New Delhi: US Election 2020: US trends indicate that Joe Biden will be the next president (US Presidential Election 2020). Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) in the “Howdy Modi” program had raised the slogan of “this time the Trump administration” (Donald Trump). In the event that Biden becomes president, the Foreign Office will have to work very hard to ensure that Biden does not let this slogan interfere with relations with India? Foreign Minister Anurag Shrivastava’s spokesperson gave a sober answer to this question and all the questions related to it. He said: “Like you, we too are awaiting the results of the elections. It can say a lot about the fact that the foundation of Indo-American relations is very strong. Our cooperation is in all possible areas. From strategic relationships, security, investment, business to interpersonal relationships. Our Global Strategic Partnership enjoys strong support from both sides. Every president and every administration there raised him.

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Significantly, Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden overtook his Republican rival Trump in the counting province of Georgia. Winning in the province of Georgia is necessary for Trump. It’s been a Republican Party stronghold for a long time, but Biden leads from here. Biden leads Trump by 917 votes.

It is too early to say who will win in this game as there are still thousands of votes to be counted. Biden 270 constituencies are moving towards the necessary vote to be elected president. He won in Wisconsin and Michigan. The vote took place two days ago, and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden achieved almost the 270 electoral college votes needed to reach the White House.

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