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Modi In US: From today, Prime Minister Modi will address the UN General Assembly on his visit to the United States

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for the United States on Tuesday. During the visit, he will attend the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). He will also hold meetings with leaders from around the world. Leaders from 100 countries around the world will travel to the United States for the summit. This includes Prime Minister Modi as well as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Modi will also address the UN General Assembly during a seminar on September 25. Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Modi was scheduled to meet US President Joe Biden on September 24. This is going to be a bilateral visit. This is Modi’s first visit to the US since Biden became president. While briefing the White House on the President’s week-long program, Biden will also meet Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide on September 24. Modi, Suga and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will meet for the first time since Biden arrived at the White House. For the first time, Biden will meet quad leaders as president.

Biden will travel to New York on Monday afternoon to address the UN General Assembly on Tuesday. Biden will meet Morrison at an event in New York. After returning from New York, Biden will hold a bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday. Modi will meet Biden on September 24 and Vice President Kamala Harris on September 23.

The issue of supplying corona vaccines to all countries will be one of the main topics of discussion. Despite repeated warnings from health experts, the global fight against corona has not gained momentum in many countries around the world due to the lack of large-scale corona vaccination. Corona cannot be fought without vaccination. The World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed displeasure over the introduction of booster shorts in rich countries instead of vaccines. The World Health Organization (WHO) says inequalities in the supply of such vaccines are worrisome as the world’s poorest countries have yet to receive them.

Next Wednesday, the US president will hold a virtual meeting with leaders of other countries on the sidelines of the Corona. The meeting will take place after the UNGC meeting.

 

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