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India will continue to remain engaged with President Biden at all levels: MEA

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India will continue to remain engaged with President Biden at all levels: MEA

India will continue to remain engaged with President Biden at all levels: MEA

As the President Joe Biden administration takes shape, India will continue to remain engaged at all levels and will work together, said Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava during a press briefing in New Delhi on January 22.

"On January 20th after President Joe Biden assumed charge, PM Modi had sent him best wishes via Twitter.

As the new administration takes shape, we will continue to remain engaged at all levels and work together," said MEA Spokesperson Srivastava.


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