I want to take all possible steps to maintain peace for the people of China and India: Trump


Washington: US President Donald Trump said that he wanted to take all possible steps to maintain peace for the people of India and China. In the last several weeks, the Trump administration has come forward in support of India against China. “He (Trump) said that I love the people of India and I love the people of China and I make peace for those people,” White House press secretary Kayle McKenney said in a press conference here on Thursday. I want to take all possible steps to keep it. “

She was answering a question on Trump’s message for India. Recently there was a deadlock on the Line of Actual Control in East Ladakh between India and China. A day earlier, White House Economic Adviser Larry Cuddlow said that India was a great friend of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that President Trump is a great ally. Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday that India had been a major partner of the US. In response to a question, he said, “India has been a big partner… They are our important partners. I have very good relations with the External Affairs Minister of India. We often negotiate broader issues. We also talked about his deadlock on the border with China. We talked about the threat posed by China’s telecommunications infrastructure there. “

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While traveling in Europe, US National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien told reporters that China has been very aggressive with India. O’Brien said that India is a democracy and a good friend of America. There is a wonderful relationship between Prime Minister Modi and President Trump. He said, “Even the last foreign trip I had with the President before the Kovid-19 crisis was from India and we were given a great welcome by the Indian people there.” There are many similarities between them and us, we speak English, we are a democracy. We have strong ties with India. “

Welcoming the White House statement, Trump’s Indian American Finance Committee co-chairman Al Maison said Trump, unlike the former president, has come out openly in support of India. “Most Indian-Americans have observed that whoever has been president before, whether Democrat or Republican, such as Clinton or Bush or Obama, all of them openly fear of being angered by China,” Mason said in a statement. Be afraid of taking sides. ” He said, “Only President Trump showed the courage to say to more than one billion Indians at the Namaste Trump rally in India that I love India, America respects India and America stands with India.”