The Indian Ambassador to the United States has exuded confidence that the two major issues of Iranian and Russian sanctions that have become an irritant in the Indo-US relationship would be sorted out soon.
Referring to a series of recent topics, including the Iranian sanctions under which India is required to stop its import of oil from Iran by November 4, Navtej Singh Sarna said none of these were issues over which one can lose sleep.
“This (the Indo-US) relationship has been through far more fundamental differences. I remember being in Washington three months after the nuclear tests in May ’98 and those were differences,” Sarna said on Thursday at the inaugural Annual Leadership summit of the US-India Strategic and Partnership Forum. Read More
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