PM Modi-Byden meeting continues at White House, QUAD countries meeting late at night
PM Modi had met CEOs of five companies, Prime Ministers of Australia and Japan as well as US Vice President Kamala Harris on the first day of the visit.
Washington: Friday is the second day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived in America on a three-day visit. US President Joe Biden meeting Prime Minister Modi in the Oval Office of the White House today. These two are meeting face to face for the first time. After becoming president, Biden has spoken to Modi on the phone three times. In this meeting, a major decision can be taken on the situation in Afghanistan and the Taliban. At the same time, in the Quad meeting to be held in Washington, PM Modi will meet the leaders of America, Japan and Australia. Earlier in the month of March, a meeting of the top leaders of the Quad has been held in a virtual way. PM Modi had met CEOs of five companies, Prime Ministers of Australia and Japan as well as US Vice President Kamala Harris on the first day of the visit.
- Modi thanks Biden for warm welcome
“I thank you for the warm welcome extended to me and my delegation. Earlier, we had the opportunity to discuss, and at that time you laid out the vision for India-US bilateral relations. Taking the initiative to implement our vision.”
- Biden mentions Kamala Harris’s mother during meeting with Modi
During his meeting with Prime Minister Modi at the White House, Biden referred to the mother of Vice President Kamala Harris and said that she was from India. The Vice-President’s mother was also a well-known scientist. Biden further said that the values of peace, tolerance are needed in today’s time. Our partnership is growing even more than ever..
- Relations between the two countries will be further strengthened: Biden
During the ongoing meeting with PM Modi at the White House, Joe Biden said that the relationship between the two countries will be further strengthened. Glad to see PM Modi visiting White House.
- PM Modi-Byden meeting begins at White House
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived on a three-day visit to America, reached the White House some time ago. Here he is having a meeting with US President Joe Biden. This meeting has the potential to improve relations between India and America. Along with this, there will also be a discussion on the corona epidemic, climate change.
- Modi reaches White House to meet Biden
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached the White House to meet US President Joe Biden. After some time the meeting between the two is going to start.
- Biden can talk about these issues
PM Modi and Joe Biden are expected to discuss many more issues including a free Indian Pacific Ocean, combating COVID-19 and climate change, economic cooperation and Afghanistan.
- Kamala Harris to host meeting with QUAD leaders
US Vice President Kamala Harris will host a separate meeting at the White House with the Prime Ministers of India, Australia and Japan, members of the quad. Officials gave this information. President Joe Biden will hold talks with three prime ministers – Narendra Modi, Australia’s Scott Morrison and Japan’s Yoshihide Suga – in the East Room of the White House on Friday afternoon. This will be the first face-to-face meeting of the Quad leaders. “After the meeting with President Biden, the Quad members will meet with Vice President Harris to discuss the fundamental resilience capabilities in each country and compare comments that have been made to advance democracy,” a senior administration official said. is supposed to be.”
- Before the QUAD meeting, China said – it will not get any support
China on Friday criticized the grouping ahead of the Quad summit between the leaders of the US, India, Japan and Australia in Washington, saying the formation of this exclusive closed group was against the trend of the times and would not get any support. This is the first meeting between the leaders of the Quad countries. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterparts Scott Morrison of Australia and Yoshihide Suga of Japan have gathered in the US capital on Friday for the first-ever Quad summit to be held at the White House at the invitation of US President Joe Biden.
- There have been talks between Modi and Biden on the phone many times.
Since Biden became president, the two leaders have had several phone conversations and have even attended a few digital summits. These include the Quad meeting organized by the US President in March. A senior official familiar with preparations for the first Biden-Modi meeting said, “President Biden looks forward to his bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Modi in the Oval Office on Friday morning ahead of the Quad Summit (to be held later in the day).
- Modi-Biden’s first bilateral meeting
Biden looks forward to his first bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi today and during which the two leaders are expected to discuss a range of priority issues including combating COVID-19 and climate change, economic cooperation and Afghanistan. The two leaders have met before, but Biden was the country’s Vice President at the time, and this is the first time Biden and Modi will meet since becoming the 46th US President in January.
- Pakistan eyes Modi-Byden meeting
Pakistan is breathless because far from meeting Joe Biden has not even called Imran Khan. The situation in Afghanistan and Pakistan’s relationship with the Taliban is well known. May be Modi Biden will take some big decision during his meeting. It is certain that the issue of Pakistan and terrorism will arise because a glimpse of it has been seen in the meeting between Prime Minister Modi and US Vice President Kamala Harris. Kamala Harris herself referred to Pakistan while taking Suo Moto and said that there is a terrorist group in Pakistan and at this time it is necessary to monitor Pakistan’s relationship with terrorists. In such a situation, Pakistan is going to be at the top number in the meeting with Prime Minister Modi.