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Seeds Sown For A Stronger Friendship: PM To Biden At 1st In-Person Bilateral Meet

Mumbai: Speaking at his first in-person bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden, PM Narendra Modi said seeds have been sown for an even stronger friendship between India and the USA.

PM Modi’s remarks came during his bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden at the Oval office.

“I would like to thank POTUS for the warm welcome. I recall our interactions in 2014 and 2016. That time you had shared your vision for ties between India and the USA. I am glad to see you are working to realize this vision,” Modi said. 

“Today’s bilateral summit is important. We are meeting at the start of the third decade of this century. Your leadership will certainly play an important role in how this decade is shaped. The seeds have been sown for an even stronger friendship between India and the USA,” PM Modi’s Office said in a tweet.

The delegation-level talks between PM Modi and US President Biden began here at the White House on Friday. 

This is the first meeting between the two leaders since Biden assumed office as US President in January this year.

Further, PM Modi said that he is glad the Indian diaspora is making an active contribution towards the USA’s progress.

“This decade will be shaped by talent and people-to-people linkages. I am glad the Indian diaspora is making an active contribution towards USA’s progress.”

“Technology is becoming a driving force. We have to utilize our talents to leverage technology for the greater global good,” he added. 

The bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Modi and the US President will be followed by the first in-person Quad Leaders Summit.

A day earlier, the Prime Minister held bilateral meetings with the Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris, and the Prime Ministers of Australia and Japan.

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