S Jaishankar Reacts To Biden's Remark Claiming India, Others "Xenophobic" | Read

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A day after US President Joe Biden claimed that several countries, including India, are "xenophobic" because they do not welcome immigrants, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar today rejected the remarks. Speaking to The Economic Times, Mr Jaishankar highlighted that India has always been open and welcoming to people from diverse societies. The US President, in his remarks, also alleged that India's economy was faltering and not doing well, while the US economy was growing. Rejecting President Biden's claims, Mr Jaishankar made it clear, "First of all, our economy is not faltering."

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