PM Modi to Visit the US State to Strengthen India-US Ties
President Biden has invited Indian Prime Minister Modi to ensure a robust partnership between both nations.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting the US to ensure the strength of the India-US partnership, which ought to be highly people-centric, and people-driven, boosting growth all around the globe. Top Indian diplomats in Washington are refering to the visit as historic.
PM Modi and President Biden are imparting significant vigor and momentum to the bilateral ties. The Indian Ambassador to the US, Taranjit Singh Sandhu, quoted that the visit will offer opportunities for leaders of both nations in taking stock of the progress achieved and providing critical guidance over limitless possibilities in the future.
The critical role play of the India-US partnership being people-driven and centric rather than mere nations will also be taken into account, owing to its significance globally. The PM’s visit will include a state dinner scheduled on June 22nd. The visit is aimed to strengthen the commitment between both nations for a free, open, prosperous, and secure Indo-Pacific horizon, and streamlining strategic technology partnerships in various integrated sectors like defense, clean energy, and space.
The White House Secretary, Karine Jean Pierre, stated that the leaders will discuss possible ways of expanding educational exchanges between the nations and in establishing people-to-people ties. Alongside this, the visit will mark the need for diplomacy between the nations in confronting varied challenges, be they climate changes, workforce development, or health security.
Indian-American Congressman Ro Khanna expressed his delight over the upcoming PM Modi’s visit, typically to strengthen the strategic partnership between both democratic nations. Ro-Khanna is serving as the co-chair of the Congressional India Caucus, which is considered the largest country-specific caucus in the House of Representatives.
Several other popular Indian-American personalities like Mukesh Aghi, Atul Kashyap, and Aparna Pande also mentioned the significance of the meeting and India-US partnership, welcoming Biden’s invitation for PM Modi.