New Delhi, April 1: The US India Political Action Committee (USINPAC) thanked Ambassador Nancy Powell for her service as the US Ambassador to India. It also urged President Mr. Barack Obama to appoint her successor at the earliest.
We are sure that the next Ambassador appointed by President Obama shall be a person of senior and influential background – either from the career diplomat services, or from public service. New Delhi, April 1
The United States and India can together be the pillars of a stable and democratic world in the 21st century, and jointly help solve many of the world’s challenges, as well benefit their own nations.
In addition, if over the last 10 years, trade between the world’s two largest democracies can grow four times, going from $24B in 2003 to $93B in 2012, at an annual growth rate above 16%; then, with the right political and trade policies there is scope for U.S.-India trade to cross US$ 500 billion in the near future.
Having a senior leader in New Delhi is vital to ironing out differences on some of the issues that have crept up between the two countries so that a purposeful new beginning made to turbo-charge the relationship.