Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for America on Wednesday. Before leaving for this visit, the PM himself told that this visit will be an opportunity to strengthen the India-US Global Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, deepen ties with Japan and Australia and take forward mutual cooperation on important global issues. In a statement before leaving for the US, the Prime Minister said that he would conclude his visit with his address at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York on global challenges, especially the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to tackle terrorism, climate change and other important issues. will do.
In this visit, the Prime Minister will take part in many programs, as well as hold talks with other world leaders including US President Joe Biden and will also address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). The Prime Minister’s visit is taking place at the invitation of US President Joe Biden.
PMO tweeted the information
The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said in a tweet, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi on board the flight to America. There he will attend several events, hold talks with world leaders including US President Joe Biden and address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). also shared a picture of According to the Prime Minister’s Office, during this period, Prime Minister Modi will review the India-US Global Comprehensive Strategic Partnership with President Biden and exchange views on global and regional issues of mutual interest.
Meeting with Global CEO
According to the information, on reaching Washington, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to have the first meeting with the Global CEO on 23 September. PM Modi will meet Presidents and CEOs of five international companies on Thursday. It is expected that during this meeting, the PM will also invite these CEOs to invest in India. This meeting of PM Modi with different CEOs will be of 15-15 minutes.
According to some media reports, the first meeting will be with Qualcomm President and CEO Cristiano R Amon, after which Adobe Chairman Shantanu Narain will meet PM Modi. The third meeting will be with Mark Widmer, CEO of First Solar Company. General Automics Chairman and CEO Vivek Lal will also meet Prime Minister Modi and the last meeting will be with Blackstone Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder Stephen A. Schwarzmann.
Discussing Afghan issue with Biden
The Prime Minister will also meet US Vice President Kamala Harris and explore the possibilities of cooperation between the two countries on various issues, especially in the field of science and technology. The Prime Minister himself said he would attend the Quad Group Leaders’ Summit during the visit, along with President Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. He said that this conference is an opportunity to review the decisions taken by the first summit meeting of the leaders of the Quad countries held in March through digital medium and identify future programs and priorities based on a mutually shared vision for the Indo-Pacific region. will provide.
In bilateral talks with Biden, Prime Minister Modi will mainly discuss developments in Afghanistan as well as ways to combat extremism, extremism and cross-border terrorism and further expand the India-US global partnership. The two leaders will sit face-to-face for the first time since Biden took office.
Address at the United Nations General Assembly
The prime minister said he would review the “strong bilateral ties” with these countries and exchange “useful views” on important global and regional issues with Prime Ministers Morrison and Suga during the visit. On the last leg of his visit, the Prime Minister will reach New York on the evening of 24 September after attending all the programs in Washington where he will address the 76th session of the UNGA the next day. In this address, PM will draw the attention of the world towards global issues.
These countries are included in the quad
It is noteworthy that PM Modi will participate in the Quad group meeting. This group includes America, India, Australia and Japan. The US is holding a meeting of the Quad group in which the leaders of the group will participate. Through this, the US seeks to make a strong signal of cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region and to demonstrate its commitment to the grouping. In March, the US President held the first summit meeting of the leaders of the Quad countries digitally and expressed commitment to a free and inclusive Indo-Pacific region based on democratic values. It is believed that its indirect message was about China. After this important tour of 4 days, PM Modi will return to Delhi on Sunday.