UN General Assembly Meeting, PM Modi will Leave for America Today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for America Today. During this, he will attend the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly as well as meet leaders of other countries
UN General Assembly Meeting, PM Modi will Leave for America Today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for America Today. During this, he will attend the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly as well as meet leaders of other countries. Apart from PM Modi, heads of 100 countries are also coming to America to participate in this important meeting.

Prime Minister's Major Programs

On September 22, PM Modi will reach Washington DC and the next morning he will meet America's top CEOs. A meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook is also on the cards. However, officials did not confirm the details of the meeting and told news agency ANI that the plan is still in progress.t. After holding frequent meetings with America's top businessmen, PM Modi will also meet US Vice President Kamala Harris on 23 September. The Prime Minister will also meet Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia and his Japanese counterpart Yoshihide Suga on the same day.

Biden will meet on September 24

PM Modi will hold the first direct bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden on September 24 and will attend the first in-person Quad Leaders Summit in Washington. Dinner will also be organized during PM Modi's visit. Interestingly, the visit of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is also coinciding with PM Modi's visit to Washington and the two are likely to meet. On the evening of September 24, Prime Minister Modi will leave for New York, where he will address the United Nations General Assembly the next day.

Discussion related to Terrorism

Image Credit: IndiaTV News
Image Credit: IndiaTV News

At the same time, regarding this visit of PM Modi, US President Biden said that this will be the first in-person meeting with PM Modi on Friday. This will be an opportunity to truly go from strength to strength with India by working together to maintain a free and open Indo-Pacific relationship from the perspective of our global partnership.

In a statement issued by the Biden administration, he said that the bilateral talks with PM Modi and Joe Biden will provide an opportunity to discuss the threat of terrorism and the situation in Afghanistan, how we can work together to fight an enemy like terrorism. . He further said that the relationship between America and India is much deeper than just the government. It is really a relationship between two people.

At the same time, the White House said that the first bilateral meeting between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Joe Biden on September 24 will further strengthen ties between the two countries and help give new momentum to the Quad Group.

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