Indo-Pacific Strategy has made US and region more secure, more prosperous says, White House | India News

Feb 10, 2024



implementation of Indo-Pacific strategy has increased Security and prosperity of both United States of america and major areas, and expanded bilateral partnership With India in an unprecedented manner, white House Said on Friday.
Important to address the media on the second anniversary of the beginning of the Biden administration foreign policy Strategy, White House National Security Council spokeswoman Adrienne Watson said, “The United States is now in a stronger position than ever in the Indo-Pacific.”
“Over the past two years, we have made historic progress in advancing an Indo-Pacific that is free and open, connected, prosperous, secure, and resilient. Thanks to President Biden’s leadership, the United States has never been in a stronger position It has been the Indo-Pacific,” she said.
Over the past two years since the launch of the Indo-Pacific Strategy, the United States has reinvigorated its alliances and partnerships and expanded them to unprecedented levels, Watson said.
“We have deepened and advanced our alliances with Japan, the Republic of Korea (ROK), Australia, the Philippines and Thailand. We have advanced our bilateral relations with Vietnam and Indonesia and our partnership with ASEAN. “The partnership has expanded in unprecedented ways. We have expanded our efforts in the Pacific, including two historic summits for Pacific Island leaders at the White House and the establishment of Partners for the Blue Pacific,” he said.
He said President Biden hosted the historic US-Japan-South Korea trilateral summit at Camp David, which aims to usher in a new era for this important partnership.
Under his guidance, the United States has led the Quad, involving Australia, India, and Japan, to leader-level summits, achieving concrete outcomes for the Indo-Pacific region. He said these outcomes range from providing vaccines and increasing maritime domain awareness to offering scholarships for students.
“And of the four official state visits conducted by President Biden, three were with leaders of Indo-Pacific countries: the Republic of Korea, India and Australia. This year, the President will welcome Prime Minister Kishida Fumio of Japan. We have also visited. Historic collaboration between the United States, Japan and the Philippines,” Watson said.
“We have also built closer relationships between Europe and the Indo-Pacific, including the launch of AUKUS, a historic partnership between Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States,” he said.



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