US President to host PM Modi for bilateral meeting on Sep 24: White House

US President to host PM Modi for bilateral meeting on Sep 24: White House

Prime Minister Modi will Have Bilateral Meetings with both US President Joe Biden (Sep 24) and vice president Kamala Harris (Sep 23) in the course of a busy three-day trip to the US that will see him addressing the UNGA in New York as the first speaker of the day.

The US visit will mark PM Modi’s first foreign tour in six months and will also be the first time he will be visiting the country after President Joe Biden assumed office.

The visit will begin with Prime Minister Modi landing in Washington late on September 22.

The next morning, PM Modi will be meeting with top CEOs of the US. According to reports, PM Narendra Modi is likely to meet with Apple chief Tim Cook and US Vice President Kamala Harris.

On September 23, PM Modi is scheduled to hold bilateral meetings with his Australian and Japanese counterparts, Scott Morrison and Yoshihide Suga.

President Joe Biden will later host the Quad leaders for dinner. The visit of the three leaders will follow the visit of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

On September 24, PM Modi will hold the first in-person bilateral talks with Joe Biden at the White House.

The two have met virtually on at least three occasions the Quad virtual summit in March, the climate change summit in April and the G-7 summit in June this year.

 


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