Kohima, Sep 9: With the relations between India and the US improving, the Northeastern region would receive more help for its rapid development, Deputy Public Affairs Officer in the United States Embassy in New Delhi Elizabeth Thornhill said.
Addressing a press conference here yesterday, Ms Thornhill said as the relations between the two countries were improving gradually, the Northeastern region could expect more help from the US in the near future for its rapid development.
Ms Thornhill is presently in Nagaland on a three-day tour to the state.
She also delivered lectures on elections in the US at the Kohima Law College and met the state Additional Director of Arts and Culture as well as members of the local Rotary Club.
She is scheduled to give lectures on the US elections at a private college today and later proceed to Dimapur, where she will meet the members of Dimapur Ladies Club and Dimapur Press Club.
She will deliver lectures at the Patkai Christian College tomorrow from where she will fly back to Kolkata on her way to New Delhi.