PM Modi and US President Joe Biden will meet on September 24 in a bilateral meeting to discuss the current regional security situation in light of recent events in Afghanistan, said Harsh, from foreign security on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Modi and President Biden will review “strong and multifaceted” India-US bilateral ties, according to Mr Shringla in a special press conference, and will hold a conversation to strengthen bilateral trade and investment links.
Prime Minister Modi will fly to the United States on Wednesday morning for his much-anticipated visit, during which he will hold many bilateral meetings in addition to attending the Quad Leaders Summit and speaking in the UN General Assembly debate.
President Biden and Prime Minister Modi will discuss the robust and varied bilateral relationship between India and the United States at their meeting on February 24. They’ll also talk about how to improve the strategic worldwide cooperation.
The foreign secretary indicated that the programme includes bilateral discussions with US leaders, participation in the Quad Leaders Summit, and a speech to the UN General Assembly.
Mr Shringla continued, “The two presidents are anticipated to discuss how to expand bilateral trade and investment connections, strengthen security collaboration, boost the strategic clean energy alliance, and explore new paths in emerging technologies through R&D innovation and industrial linkages.”
He stated that this will be the Prime Minister’s first trip outside of the country since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The two leaders will also debate multilateral reform, particularly the UN Security Council, during their bilateral encounter.
“PM Modi is expected to stress the importance of people-to-people ties between the two countries, as well as the possibilities of further developing those links, particularly through higher education linkages and other means and mobility,” he said.