Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold bilateral meetings with both US President Joe Biden on September 24

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold bilateral meetings with both US President Joe Biden (September 24) and Vice President Kamala Harris (September 23) during his three-day visit to the US, which will see him address the United Nations General Assembly. As the first speaker of the day in New York. Well Modi is expected to attend the first individual quad – India, US, Australia and Japan – leaders’ summit in Washington on September 24, which will be hosted by US President Joe Biden at the White House.As per a tentative schedule, PM Modi’s visit will take place between September 22-27.

During his trip, the Prime Minister is expected to visit both Washington and New York.According to news agency ANI, Modi will reach Washington on September 22 and the next morning he will meet America’s top CEOs. Apart from this it will be Modi’s first visit to the United States since President Joe Biden took office earlier this year. The two have met on at least three occasions – the Quad summit in March, the climate change summit in April and the G-7 summit in June this year. Modi was scheduled to travel to the UK for the G-7 summit, where he could meet Biden, but had to cancel the trip due to the second Covid-19 wave across India.In view of the rapidly changing situation in Afghanistan, this visit of PM Modi is being considered very important.

This meeting is also considered important regarding the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan. It is being speculated that in this meeting it can also be emphasized that how the situation in Afghanistan can be made better. It is being told that the issue of China will also be on the agenda of PM Modi on the US tour. During this, there can be talks on China between the two sides. At the same time, both countries will try to work on an ambitious agenda on the Indo-Pacific.

With regard to the first meeting between the two leaders to be held on Friday, it has been said, “The President will participate in the bilateral meeting with the Prime Minister of the Republic of India, Narendra Modi.” Since the election of Democratic Party leader Joe Biden as president in January, the two leaders have held several digital talks. On Friday, the White House said on the presidential program that Biden would also meet with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. On Friday, September 24, Biden will host the first-ever in-person summit of the Quad leaders at the White House with Prime Minister Modi, Suga and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, according to the US President’s weekly schedule.

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