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The US Ambassador to the United Nations, Ms. Nikki Haley calls on the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, in New Delhi on June 27, 2018.

Freedom of religion is as important as freedom of rights:Nikki Haley

New Delhi :27/6/18; United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley said freedom of religion is as important as freedom of rights.Haley, who is in India from June 26-28, said she looks forward to the inter-faith tour she will be taking on Thursday.”I look forward to the inter-faith tour we are going to take tomorrow because we think freedom of religion is just as important as freedom of rights and freedom of people,” Haley said.The US Ambassador to the UN also said the major focus of her visit to India is to strengthen the relation between Washington and New Delhi.
“On this trip to India, we have got a lot packed into a short amount of time. But it really comes down to the strength of the United States and India partnership,” the US envoy said, on the sidelines of her visit to Humayun’s Tomb here.Haley further said she aims at exploring multiple ways to take India-US opportunities forward.
“Whether it is counter-terrorism or better ways to work together more strongly on the military aspect, there are lots of things that India and the US have in common,” she said.She further asserted that her visit to India is to solidify the US’ love for the country, belief in the friendship the two countries share and the willingness to make that relationship even stronger

 

 

 

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