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G20 Summit: PM Modi US President Joe Biden Holds Bilateral Meeting

US President Joe Biden has reached India to participate in the G20 Summit in India. This is Biden’s first visit to India (US President Joe Biden India Visit). 

He will stay in India for 3 days. The US President was received at the airport by Union Minister General VK Singh. Biden then met US Ambassador Eric Garcetti and his daughter. 

Then a bilateral meeting took place between PM Modi and the US President at the PM residence.

The PMO tweeted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden held talks at 7 Lok Kalyan Marg (PM residence) in Delhi. 

Their discussions included a variety of issues. This will further deepen relations between India and America.

After meeting the US President, PM Modi tweeted and wrote that it was a pleasure to welcome US President Joe Biden. Our meeting was very fruitful. We were able to discuss a number of topics that will advance the economic and people-to-people ties between India and the US. The friendship between our countries will continue to play a great role in advancing global well-being. 

Biden is the 8th President of America to visit India. The special thing is that in the first 50 years of India’s independence, only 3 American Presidents visited India. 

At the same time, this is the sixth visit of an American President in the last 23 years.

America’s NSA Jake Sullivan said that there will also be discussion on increasing cooperation in civil nuclear technology between the two countries. Apart from this, there can be an agreement on small modular nuclear reactors. Talks may also move forward on the GE jet engine deal between the two countries.

According to the statement issued by the White House, there will be talks between the two leaders on the Russia-Ukraine war. 

During this, discussions will be held to reduce the impact of war at the economic and social level. 

Modi-Biden will also talk about increasing the capacity of the World Bank and other multilateral development banks to fight poverty and many other global challenges.

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