PM Modi held a meeting with US President Biden, know 10 special things of the meeting

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden.

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India’s Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar were also present with Biden in this meeting. Apart from this, Foreign Minister Antony Blinken and Defense Minister Lloyd Austin also attended this meeting.

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TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Garima Tiwari

Apr 12, 2022 | 12:47 am




President Joe Biden (Joe Biden) Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi, Digital meeting on Monday with. During this time he fought the Ukraine-Russia war, the Bucha massacre and the US-India (India America) discussed the issue of enhancing cooperation in the defense sectors. India’s Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar were also present with Biden in this meeting. Apart from this, Foreign Minister Antony Blinken and Defense Minister Lloyd Austin also attended this meeting.

  1. In this meeting, India condemned the civilian killings in Bucha, Ukraine. India also called for an independent and fair investigation. PM Modi said, ‘The news of the killings of civilians in Bucha was very worrying. India condemns this and demands a fair investigation.
  2. President Biden has appreciated the humanitarian aid sent by India to Ukraine. India has provided more than 90 tonnes of humanitarian relief material to Ukraine and its neighboring countries. India also used its resources to evacuate about 150 foreign nationals from 18 countries.
  3. PM Modi also mentioned the need for direct talks between President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky to resolve the Ukraine crisis. He said that I had a phone conversation with the Presidents of both Ukraine and Russia. I have suggested to him that President Vladimir Putin hold direct talks with the President of Ukraine.
  4. The US State Department said that the US will work with India and Quad partners to advance coordination on development assistance, post-pandemic economic recovery and combating climate change while promoting prosperity, security and the rule of law in the Indo-Pacific. will continue to do so.
  5. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that as the world’s two largest and oldest democracies, we are natural partners and the progress made in India-US relations in the last few years has become a new momentum. It was probably difficult to imagine even a decade ago.
  6. PM Modi told President Biden, ‘You gave a very important slogan at the beginning of your term, “Democracies can deliver”. The success of India-US partnership is the best way to make this slogan meaningful.
  7. The leaders of both the countries had in-depth discussions on many regional and global issues. Topics included the COVID-19 pandemic, the recovery of the global economy, climate action, recent developments in South Asia and the Indo-Pacific region, and the situation in Ukraine.
  8. Modi and Biden also reviewed the significant progress made in bilateral relations in recent years. The two leaders agreed that further strengthening of the India-US Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership would bring tremendous benefits to both countries and would also contribute to global peace, prosperity and stability.
  9. Describing India and America as two vibrant democracies, Biden said, “Our concerns are similar to the global challenges we are facing on Kovid-19.” We have to upgrade health security and solve the climate crisis. We have a strong and growing defense partnership.
  10. US President Biden told PM Modi that he is looking forward to meeting him at the Quad Summit to be held in Japan on 24 May. The Modi-Biden meeting took place in Washington ahead of the fourth India-US 2+2 dialogue. It was led by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and his American counterparts Defense Minister Lloyd Austin and Foreign Minister Antony J Blinken from the Indian side.