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Indo-US relations at all-time high, says diplomat
March 06, 2008 16:09 IST
Bilateral relations between
"Bilateral relations between the two largest democracies have extended to cooperation in military, trade, education, research, culture, health sector and environment protection," US Consul General in Kolkata Henry Jardine said.
Bilateral trade was also expected to grow up to $ 60 billion in a couple of years, he said while speaking at the
Jardine, who met Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu, expressed his country's eagerness to promote the education sector in the state by linking the
The state government, he said, had sought the
Welcoming US investments in infrastructure development and tourism, the chief minister highlighted the huge hydro-power generation potential of the state.
He told Jardine that the daily helicopter service from Guwahati to Tawang was scheduled to begin from April.