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US Election 2020: Joe Biden administration will place high priority on strengthening Indo-US relationship

Biden, 77, defeated incumbent President Donald Trump in the bitterly-fought presidential election that attracted a record number of Americans to cast their votes.

November 09, 2020 / 07:54 PM IST

The Biden administration will place high priority on strengthening the Indo-US relationship by pushing India to became a permanent member of the UN Security Council, continuing co-operation on terrorism, climate change, health and trade, according to a policy paper released by the Biden campaign during the presidential election.

Biden, 77, defeated incumbent President Donald Trump in the bitterly-fought presidential election that attracted a record number of Americans to cast their votes.

By becoming the US president, Biden has an opportunity of fulfilling his 14-year-old dream to strengthen the India-US ties that he wants to achieve in 2020.

My dream is that in 2020, the two closest nations in the world will be India and the United States. If that occurs, the world will be safer, Biden had told the now closed down India Abroad newspaper in an interview in December 2006.