Joe Biden for India
Joe Biden for India: The Associated Press reports that Democrat spokesman Joe Biden has been declared the winner of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, defeating Donald Trump. Before becoming the Vice President of the Barack Obama administration, Biden established strong ties with India. Biden played a key role in strengthening official cooperation with India as Chairman and later Vice-Chairman of the Senate Relations Committee.
Although Senator Obama (at the time) was initially reluctant to fund the Indo-US nuclear deal, Biden led the case and worked with Democrats and Republicans to approve the nuclear deal at the US Congress in 2008. Biden is a leading advocate for strengthening Indo-US cooperation, especially in strategic areas. At that time, the United States officially announced its support for India’s membership in the newly formed and expanded United Nations Security Council. Obama-Biden officials also called India a “major defense partner” that facilitated the sharing of modern and sophisticated technology in India to strengthen security ties. This is important because it is the first time that this position has been given to any country other than the traditional US unity program.
LEMOA: LEMOA allows Indian troops to complete complements from each other’s bases, and to recover goods, spare parts, and services from each other’s land, airbases, and ports. This is a major contributor to India-US Navy-to-Navy cooperation, as these countries are highly cooperative in the Indo-Pacific.
The first of the “basic elements” of deep military cooperation was the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in August 2016 for the Logistics Exchange. As Democrats seem more generous to immigrants, Biden hopes Indians will be more inclined to study, work and live there in America and hope for a better life. He promised to support family-based immigration, increase the number of visas issued to permanent, working-class immigrants, change the temporary visa system for highly-skilled, specialized jobs, and remove the limit on green work-based cards.
Biden promised to bring back the business process for those with green cards. For the past 20 years, every American president has had differences on a number of issues, but if there is one common ground they all agree on it: a strong relationship with India.
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