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“Relations will be strengthened with Australia, Japan and the United States”; Modi’s testimony before leaving for US tour

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden will hold their first bilateral meeting on September 24 to discuss trade, investment, defense and security issues.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden will hold their first bilateral meeting in Washington on September 24 to discuss trade, investment, defense and security. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for his much awaited US tour. During the visit, he will hold wide-ranging global strategic partnerships with US President Joe Biden and discuss regional and global issues of mutual interest. Earlier, he said he would meet with the leaders of Australia, Japan and the United States to focus on strengthening ties with them.

Prime Minister Modi left for the US on Wednesday and will return on Sunday. “I will personally attend the Quad Leader Summit with US President Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. “By reviewing the outcome of our summit in March this year and the summit for the Indo-Pacific region, we will have the opportunity to identify priorities for future investments based on our shared vision,” Modi said.

“I will meet Prime Minister Morrison of Australia and Prime Minister Suga of Japan to review the strong bilateral relations with their countries and to continue our exchanges on regional and global issues,” Modi said.

The Modi-Biden meeting will focus on regional issues, including fundamentalism and the fight against terrorism. The situation in Afghanistan will also be a topic of discussion at the meeting. Modi will also hold talks with CEOs of US companies.

 

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