In an effort to further strengthen the US-India bilateral relationship, Indian American community leader and entrepreneur, Ajay Bhutoria, hosted a dinner discussion for government officials and community members at the University of Silicon Andhra.
The event saw the presence of State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary Nancy Jackson, Karen Klimowski, USAID Deputy Mission Director for India, Jennifer Miller, Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Domestic Outreach and Partnerships, Radhika Prabhu, Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Women’s Economic Empowerment, and Jennifer Sudweeks, Division Chief for Outreach and Inquiries Bureau of Consular, Affairs office of Visa Services along with more than 100 Indian-American community leaders, business leaders, innovators, and civil leaders.
Discussions focused on advancing the relationship between the two countries, which is based on their shared democratic values, entrepreneurial spirit, and cultural heritage. “The participants emphasized the importance of strengthening people-to-people relationships between the US and India to advance shared interests,” a news release noted.
“The roundtable discussion was a great success and provided a platform for Indian-American community leaders and US government officials to exchange their ideas and perspectives on building and advancing US-India relationships,” it added.