The United States has discovered a means to connect with India when it deviates from the fundamental principles of freedom and human rights. According to the USA National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, who made the statement during a press conference held in Washington.
USA SCA on Human rights
These comments were made by Mr. Sullivan on Sunday as he was speaking to a group of journalists who were travelling with Vice President Joe Biden on his trip to Asia. The purpose of the visit is to bolster. US alliances with countries in the Indo-Pacific area in order to counter China’s growing influence in the region. In addition, Vice President Joe Biden is lobbying for support for the United States’ efforts to oppose Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Quadrilateral Security Dialogue
During a summit meeting of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, which is popularly refer to as the Quad. Which will take place in Tokyo on Tuesday, President Biden will meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The summit will also include the participation of the Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida, as well as the recently elected Prime Minister of Australia, Anthony Albanese. Read more
Officials from both the United States and India have stated that Vice President Biden and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also meet separately to discuss bilateral concerns including the Russian invasion.
Indian relations with Russia and USA
India has good relations with both Russia and the United States, and it recently made a purchase of oil and gas at discounted rates from Russia, despite the fact that the United States has prohibited similar transactions with Moscow.
The worldwide fight between democracies and autocracies
During the course of the briefing, a journalist brought to the attention of the United States National Security Adviser the fact that the current administration frequently frames its approach to foreign policy as “a worldwide fight between democracies and autocracies.”
The journalist inquired. I’m wondering how you balance trying to engage economically with someone like Prime Minister Modi, who himself has been accused. Under the guise of democracy, of human rights abuses and maligning Muslim minorities. I’m wondering how you balance trying to engage economically with someone like Prime Minister Modi. Who himself has been accused of human rights abuses and maligning Muslim minorities.”
Basic principles, fundamental freedoms, human rights,
Mr. Sullivan recalled that President Biden had made it abundantly clear from the very beginning of his administration that. We’ll speak out when we see any form of departure from or deviation from basic principles, fundamental freedoms, human rights, the values of democratic institutions, and the rule of law.”
He went on to say that the Biden administration did not deviate from this premise under any circumstances. “That is accurate regarding a variety of countries. Also, just so you know, we don’t single out India in particular.
Democratic and non-democratic
He stated that the United States of America had discovered a method to pursue practical cooperation with countries. That were “democratic and non-democratic,” while at the same time “being clear and consistent of where our beliefs lie.” Read More
Discussion of Biden with Modi on Russian Invasion
When Mr. Sullivan was asked what President Biden would say to Mr. Modi about the Russian invasion. He said that President Biden had already had a lengthy discussion with Prime Minister Modi. On this issue when both men attended a virtual Quad Summit in March. Mr. Sullivan said that President Biden would say that. He had already had this discussion with Prime Minister Modi on this issue.
The two leaders also discussed the brief video meeting that took place between them prior to the beginning of the 2+2 dialogue with India. Which took place in Washington when two Indian ministers were in town.
Therefore, this won’t be a whole new discussion. It will be a continuation of the dialogue that they have previously had” on this problem, Mr. Sullivan noted, adding that the meeting that will take place on Tuesday would also focus on the concerns to food security created by the conflict in Ukraine.