Appreciate your friendship for us modi congratulates trump

Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated United States President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday after the tycoon-turned-politician pulled off an upset victory.
Modi said he appreciated the friendship Trump articulated towards India during his campaign.

realDonaldTrump on being elected as the 45th US President. We appreciate the friendship you have articulated towards India during your campaign, @realDonaldTrump.” Meanwhile the US Ambassador to India Rich Verma released a statement that said: “And it’s something, I’m sure, that can be appreciated by all of us here – from both the oldest democracy in the world, and the largest democracy in the world.

The ties that bind our two countries together are built on our shared democratic values, and go beyond the friendship of the American President and the Indian Prime Minister. They go beyond the economic and people-to-people ties. The U.S.-India relationship is vitally important, it is bipartisan, and it is only growing stronger. Here’s to another four years of robust U.S.-India Dosti.”

Trump courted Indian-American voters in the run-up to election day and released a campaign advertisement in Hindi for Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights.

In the ad Trump adapted a catchphrase used by Modi in his successful 2014 run for India’s top job — “Ab Ki Baar Trump Sarkaar,” which translates into English as “This time a Trump government” — and said he was looking forward to working with the Indian leader.

Modi echoed that sentiment in another tweet on Wednesday, telling the US president elect: “We look forward to working with you closely to take India-US bilateral ties to a new height.”

Trump, 70, had recently described India as “a key, and key strategic ally” and looks forward to deepening the diplomatic and military cooperation that is the shared interest of both countries. The billionaire businessman who has lauded economic policies of Modi had said he wants to work with him. At an event in New Jersey less than a month from now, Trump had promised to the Indian-American community in him India would find a true friend at the White House. “I am a big fan of Hindu and I am a big fan of India. If I am elected president, the Indian and Hindu community would have a true friend at the White House,” he had said at an event organised by the Hindu Republican Coalition. Trump said he appreciated “great friend India in the fight against radical Islamic terrorism.”

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