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With the support of the United States, India has transitioned from being a recipient of food aid to becoming a major agricultural exporter, as stated by USAID Administrator Samantha Power on Tuesday during her visit to India. Power made these remarks after meeting with food security experts in Delhi.

Taking to Twitter, Power highlighted India’s transformation with US support, emphasizing the country’s shift to a major agricultural exporter. She recognized India’s crucial insights and leadership in addressing the global food crisis, discussing with experts in Delhi how India’s expertise can contribute to fighting global hunger.

During her visit, Power is scheduled to meet with food security and climate experts, civil society, and government officials to address the global food security crisis and strengthen the US-India development partnership. She also visited a “Water ATM” near Sarojini Market in the capital, providing safe, affordable drinking water for the community.

Power arrived in New Delhi on Monday and met with NITI Aayog CEO Param Iyer to discuss India’s leadership in addressing pressing challenges, including the growing food crisis. Both sides extensively deliberated on various topics such as the G-20 Summit, LiFE movement, Aspirational Districts, Trilateral cooperation, PM Gati Shakti, and Trade and commerce.

Additionally, Power met with External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday to discuss global development prospects in relation to food, energy, and debt challenges. Jaishankar expressed pleasure in meeting with Power and exchanged views on further enhancing the India-US partnership.

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