New York. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in America (PM Modi in US). Today is going to be a very special day for India and America. This is because PM Modi is going to meet US Vice President Kamala Harris late on Thursday night. This meeting is also special because Kamala Harris herself is also of Indian origin. An Indian-American Vice President Kamala Harris will receive the Prime Minister of India. American media is eyeing this meeting. The Los Angeles Times has written that this is going to be a historic moment for the Indian community living in America.
Kamala Harris and PM Modi will explore the possibilities of cooperation between the two countries on various issues, especially in the field of science and technology. Apart from this, PM Modi will hold a meeting today with select corporate heads who have the potential to make significant investments in India.
what is today’s schedule
PM Modi will start his day by interacting with select corporates in America. These are CEOs who represent large corporate interests who have invested in India and have the potential to make significant investments in India.
PM Modi is scheduled to meet Australian PM Scott Morrison on Thursday afternoon. The official said that PM Modi is looking forward to meeting PM Morrison on many issues. Morrison recently called Prime Minister Modi and informed about the plan of AUKUS Alliance.
Biden to host PM Modi on September 24
US President Joe Biden will host PM Modi at the White House on 24 September. This is going to be the first personal meeting between the two leaders since Biden took office as US President on January 20. With Biden, India-US will review the Global Comprehensive Strategic Partnership and exchange views on global and regional issues of mutual interest.
After this he will come to the White House, where he will meet Vice President Kamala Harris in her formal office. During this, many issues related to the interest of both the parties are expected to be discussed. He said, ‘We have set aside an hour for discussion with Vice President Kamala Harris. This discussion will cover a number of issues of interest to both sides, including the management of COVID-19, high-tech and cooperation in the space sector.
PM Modi will conclude his visit at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York with his address on global challenges, especially the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to tackle terrorism, climate change and other important issues.