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Washington: External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar has said that India strives to have a relationship with China that is built on mutual sensitivity, respect and interest. He also asserted that the improvement and strengthening of the Indo-Pacific is a shared goal of New Delhi and Washington.

Briefing media in the United States after concluding his 11-day visit, Dr S Jaishankar said, India and the United States have a shared objective for the betterment and strengthening of the Indo-Pacific.

The External Affairs Minister said, the world today is very globalised, extremely interlocked, and interdependent.

On Indo-US ties, Dr S Jaishankar said, the relationship between India and US today impacts the rest of the world as there are a lot of countries that look to the



association individually and bilaterally and hope for solutions that the world is searching for in many aspects.

He stated that both countries have recognised that this is a relationship with great capability and potential and that there is still much opportunity for growth.

Referring to the bilateral talks between the India and US as solid, positive, and productive, External Affairs Minister said that the visit was very comfortable and he had some fruitful conversations with the Ministers in the US.

He further added that the bilateral conversations were framed under the pretext of larger global challenges and there was a very high degree of convergence as the priorities of India and the US, at times, have been different. 



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