As a measure to soften India for States Secretary Hillary Clinton's comment of “self-appointed front runner" for India's United Nations Security Council (UNSC) seat bid, which was exposed in diplomatic cables, United States assured India that it "welcomes a greater global leadership role for India."
On Tuesday, Nov 30 Timothy Roemer, US Ambassador to India, issued an statement to India on WikiLeaks. In the statement, Roemer described that US President Barack Obama's longest visit to India emphasizes the US commitment to a long term strategic partnership with India.
"The United States welcomes a greater global leadership role for India and values its perspectives on how to meet common challenges, including countering terrorism, securing our maritime domains, and working together to promote democratic, political and economic development around the world," Timothy Roemer said in the statement.
He also added that WikiLeaks has put thousands of humans life at risk by releasing the data.