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India takes over the G-20 presidency, America is delighted to support

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Washington: The White House said Wednesday that the United States looked forward to supporting India’s G-20 presidency next year. India officially took over the presidency of the group of the world’s richest economies on Thursday. White House Press Secretary Karin Jean-Pierre told reporters at her regular press briefing, “We look forward to meeting with India’s leaders on a variety of issues, including resolving the current food and energy security challenges, while continuing our efforts to build a stronger global economy.” Delighted to support the -20 Presidency.

In response to a question about the US President’s visit to India next year, he said: “As you have seen, the President participated in the G-20 during his tenure here. At the moment, I don’t I have no information to give about the visit.” Meanwhile, the White House said on Wednesday that the United States looks forward to working with Islamabad after Pakistan’s new army chief takes office.

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Lieutenant General Asim Munir officially assumed command of the Pakistani army on Tuesday. “The United States appreciates our longstanding cooperation with Pakistan and believes that a prosperous and democratic Pakistan is vital to American interests,” Karin Jean-Pierre said, looking forward to working with him to promote stability and prosperity. of the region.

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