New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi met leaders who were among the strongest political figures of the world at one time in Delhi on Tuesday. It included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and Condoleezza Rice, former Defense Minister Robert Gates, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, former Australian Prime Minister John Howard. Apart from this, representatives of global companies like Ratan Tata (Tata Group), Alibaba, Nestle, Alpha, Aberdola were also involved in the business.
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Henry Kissinger had said on Monday about the relationship between India and the United States that the relationship between the two countries has its roots in the 1971 Bangladesh crisis. After this, both countries had similar views on the main issues like security and economy, despite having opposite views on many issues.
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At the Indo-American Strategic Partnership Forum, Kissinger said that the Bangladesh crisis had brought the two countries on the path of confrontation. In 1971, there was a war between India and Pakistan over this crisis. In December 1971, a seventh fleet of the US Navy was sent to the Bay of Bengal to protect the American citizens present in Bangladesh (East Pakistan before the war), which made India feel threatened. Let us tell you that in the 1971 India-Pakistan war, the immediate American administration stood in favour of Pakistan.
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