Kamala Harris- PM Modi Meeting: US Vice President Kamala Harris has slammed Pakistan on the issue of terrorism during her meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He has clearly said that terrorist organizations have been given shelter in Pakistan and action is needed on this.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meeting President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris during their visit to the US. This thing is not being accepted by Pakistan in the same way, on top of this, Harris has also slammed Pakistan for promoting terrorism during the meeting with PM Modi. He has clearly said that terrorist organizations are working in Pakistan. Harris demanded that Islamabad take action on this so that the security of America and India is not affected.
Harris himself mentioned
PM Modi met Harris on Thursday and discussed the strategic cooperation between the two countries. Along with this, global issues of common interest were also discussed, in which issues like democracy, Afghanistan and Indo-Pacific were important. Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla has said that when the issue of terrorism came up, Harris himself mentioned Pakistan’s role in this.
‘The role of Pakistan needs to be monitored.
Shringla has told that Harris has said that terrorist organizations are operating in Pakistan. He has asked Pakistan to take action so that the security of America and India is not affected. They also agreed on the issue of cross-border terrorism and India being a victim of it for decades. He believed that there is a need to closely monitor the support being received from Pakistan to such terrorist organizations.
‘India-US Natural Partner’‘
During this meeting, PM Modi has also praised Harris fiercely. On the other hand, US Vice President Kamala Harris has described India as a very important partner of America. Kamala Harris welcomed India’s decision to restart COVID-19 vaccine exports. At the same time, PM Modi has also invited Kamala Harris to visit India. The two leaders said in a joint statement that India and the US are natural partners as the world’s largest and oldest democracy. We have similar values. Our coordination and cooperation is also increasing continuously.
meet Biden today
Earlier, PM Modi addressed the Global Corona Summit convened by US President Biden. Biden is scheduled to host PM Modi at the White House on 24 September. This will be the first in-person meeting between the two leaders since Biden took over as US president on January 20. Biden will host for the first time. The Quad Leaders Summit, which will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.
PM Modi’s 7th US visit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived in the US to attend the Quad leaders summit and address the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly. Modi has visited the US for the seventh time since becoming the Prime Minister in 2014. He said his visit would be an opportunity to strengthen the India-US Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership and strengthen ties with Japan and Australia.