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US President Biden Says He Raised ‘Importance of Human Rights,’ and ‘Free Press’ With PM Modi

'And, as I always do, I raised the importance of respecting human right.

by NWMNewsDesk
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US President Joe Biden has said that he raised issues of human rights in India and the importance of a free press with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi.

Mr Biden made the remarks at a press conference in Hanoi, where he said he had “substantial discussions” with Mr Modi about continuing to strengthen the India-US relationship.

“And, as I always do, I raised the important [subject] of respecting human rights and the vital role that civil society and a free press have in building a strong and prosperous country with Mr Modi,” he added.

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According to the latest World Press Freedom index released by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) in May, India’s spot has dropped 11 places from last year to 161 out of 180 countries.

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