Burns' remarks on India going to be US Ambassador to China


Posted on 22nd Oct 2021 04:55 pm by rohit kumar

President Joe Biden's nominee for US ambassador to China, Nicole Burns, has said that if India and the US come together on their interests in the Indo-Pacific, it will "make a big difference" to Chinese challenges.

 

He said these things when he was asked a question about the opportunities and challenges associated with coming together with countries trying to face China.

 

According to the report of the English newspaper The Hindu, Nicholas repeated Biden's talk with Burns, in which he had emphasized a partnership based on an agreement between countries like Japan, Australia, South Korea, Thailand, and Indonesia in the Indo-Pacific region.

 

Burns said, "What makes us stronger than China is that we have allies. We have allies that have full confidence in us, while China does not have such allies."

 

Nicholas Burns also said that India is not only an ally of America but also a 'major defense partner'.

 

He said that India is a country that regularly conducts bilateral and multilateral security exercises with the US.

 

China vs rest of the country

Nicholas Burns said, "As you know and I believe—every American administration has been working on this since the time of former President Bill Clinton—we've got a new defense ally in India. The Indo-Pacific region The interests of India and America are intertwined in me and that makes a huge difference."

 

As a diplomat, Nicholas Burns has played an important role in strengthening Indo-US relations. He also played the role of a key mediator in the nuclear deal between the US and India.

 

Nicholas Burns has been on important steps in both the Republican and Democrat administrations. He is currently a professor at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

 

In recent days, many countries of the world have united to face the aggression of China. An example of this is the Quad group which includes India, America, Australia, and Japan.

 

Apart from this, recently there was also an agreement on security partnership between America, Britain, and Australia.

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