Open Letter to POTUS Biden — A Warm Welcome to India and Suggestions for a Successful G20 Meeting

Open Letter to POTUS Biden — A Warm Welcome to India and Suggestions for a Successful G20 Meeting

Washington, DC, USA – (EIN PRESSWIRE) – September 8, 2023

Dr. Krishnan Suthanthiran, President/Founder of TeamBest Global Companies, arrived in the U.S. in June 1972 as a Landed Immigrant and is now an American citizen.  Having lived in the Washington, DC area for 51 years, and as an Indo-American, he has keenly observed the ebbs and flows of the relationship between India and the United States.

Since the Independence of India in 1947 — nearly 76 years ago — there has been a progression of the warming of the relationship between India, the most populous Democratic country, and the U.S., the pillar of global security, stability, democratic values, and freedom for all.  The U.S. has increasingly come to value the importance and significance of a stronger bond with India for both countries' mutual security and prosperity.  Prime Minister Modi, to his credit, upon becoming the Prime Minister of India in 2014, recognized the importance of a close relationship with the U.S. and began to court every President since then-President Barack Obama, President Trump, and now President Biden.  All three Presidents too recognized the huge significance and importance of a close relationship with India.

Today, India and the U.S. have come full circle in recognizing the important benefits of this strong and ever-lasting partnership.  During PM Modi's first State visit and second address to the Joint Session of Congress, the U.S. and Indian governments reiterated this strong bond of friendship and partnership for global peace and prosperity.

Please join Dr. Krishnan Suthanthiran in hoping the members of the G20 will also address: (1) Launching the Global War on Cancer, (2) Establishing a new Global Healthcare Delivery System—in place of the current Global Disease Care System—which focuses on Prevention, Early Detection, and Effective Treatment for Total Cure, a Best Cure Total Health System, (3) A free trade agreement, (4) Expanding joint collaboration in Defense/Industry/Military Exercises, (5) Production in India by licensing U.S. Military Technology, (6) Education, (7) Green Energy including Small Modular Nuclear Reactors (SNNRs), (8) Healthcare, (9) Space exploration/satellite launching initiatives and, (10) Expansion of student and skilled labor/scientists Visas to Indian citizens, etc.

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