India's sting again in the US, Vedant Patel became the first Indian-American to hold a press brief in the US State

Maharanee Kumari
Vedant Patel Created History in America
Vedant Patel Created History in America

During his briefing, Patel discussed issues like Russia's invasion of Ukraine, JCPOA and Liz Truss becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. His next personal briefing is scheduled for Wednesday i.e. today.

Vedant Patel Created History in America: Another Indian working in the US government has raised its flag. Vedanta Patel, Deputy Chief Spokesperson of the State Department there, has made history by conducting a daily briefing of the State Department. He is the first Indian-American to do so. His colleagues said that Patel spoke clearly. Let us tell you that US State Department spokesman Ned Price is on leave these days. In such a situation, Vedanta Patel got this opportunity in his absence.

Today is Patel's personal briefing

During his briefing, Patel discussed issues such as Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the JCPOA and Liz Truss becoming Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. His next personal briefing is scheduled for Wednesday i.e. today. His very first briefing was excellent. On this, Matt Hill, Senior Associate Communications Director at the White House, also tweeted and congratulated him.

Everyone is praising Patel

Hill praised Patel, writing, "Representing the US on the world stage is a huge responsibility and Vedanta carried it out with utmost clarity." Meanwhile, former White House deputy communications director Pili Tobar said: "It was great to see Vedanta Patel on stage. Congratulations my friend on a great start."

was born in Gujarat

Vedanta Patel was born in Gujarat. He is a graduate of the University of California, Riverside. He has previously served as President Biden's assistant press secretary and spokesman at the White House. In addition, he has also served as a spokesman for the Presidential Inaugural Committee and the Biden-Harris Transition. He has performed many other important responsibilities. Earlier this year, the then White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki described him as super talented.