Indo-US Relations: Bipartisan Bill introduced in US Parliament to strengthen relations with India, will be fought with China

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Washington, April 9: Two influential US lawmakers have introduced a major Bipartisan Comprehensive Bill that seeks to increase the country’s ability to compete with China, promote Quad’s initiatives, and America’s bilateral and regional partnership, including India. It has been said to intensify Robert Menendez, MP and chairman of the Senate’s influential foreign affairs committee, said that the bill was called the “Strategic Competition Act of 2021” to counter the challenges posed by China over America’s national and economic security. -Facility strategy will include all the strategic, economic and diplomatic policy of the country.

Menendez introduced the 280-page act with ranking member Jim Riesch. The Foreign Affairs Committee of the Senate is going to discuss this bill and will vote on April 14, after which it will be sent to the Senate. Also read: America: Biden lifts Trump administration restrictions on international court officials

Menendez said, “The Bill ‘Strategic Competition Act of 2021″ recognizes that it is time to give a unified, strategic response so that the US leadership can be revived, investing in China to compete. ”

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