According to the US ambassador Richard Verma, India and US have need each other, in an exclusive conversation with Indrani Bagchi, as he looks back on 2015 and prioritizes an important checklist for 2016, spanning nuclear energy, defense cooperation on jet engines and aircraft carriers and a bilateral investment treaty.
US ambassador said that relation between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US president Barack Obama is factual.
PM Modi and Obama had an illustrated of US and India functioning together for a world target on climate change.
As both leaders had argued on the matter of climate change in New York in September and said they wanted to be part of the solution. They didn’t need any convincing on the impact that climate change was having on the world.
The breakthrough was the information that all countries would have slightly different responsibilities. This notion of differentiation was important.
The president informed to the PM Narendra Modi, “Your 300 million people who don’t have access to electricity deserve that access to energy and in an affordable way.”