New Delhi: PM Modi US Visit, India Prime Minister has left the India on the Wednesday to attend the Quad Summit and the 76th session of the (UNGA) United Nations General Assembly in the America.
Prime Minister Modi has informed that before leaving for this visit. He will remain in the America from September 2021, 22nd to 25th. On the invitation of the Joe Biden President of the United States of America.
The Prime Minister has also said that he would like U.S-India Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership with Joe Biden President of the United States of America. And exchange of the views on the many regional and on the global issues of mutual interest.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with President Joe Biden, Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia and Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan will attend the first in-person Quad Leaders Summit.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi program to meet Japan Prime Minister Suga and Australian Prime Minister Morrison is also being heard. In a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office, it has been told that all the leaders will take a good stock of the strong bilateral relations with their respective countries and all the leaders will pay attention to regional and global issues as well.
UN General Assembly on this dayt
After his engagements in Washington are over. The Prime Minister will also travel to New York on the same day to attend the UN General Assembly. UNGA at around the 6:30 pm (IST) in New York. The Prime Minister has said that. I will conclude this visit with an address to the United Nations General Assembly. Which will address the epidemic of coronavirus, Climate change. The focus will be on global challenges including the urgent need to combat terrorism and many important issues.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also said that his visit to the United States will strengthen the Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership with the United States, our strategic partners Australia and Japan, and our cooperation on important global issues. It would be a verry good opportunity to pursue.