Today we begin a new chapter in Indo-US relationship: Joe Biden

Narendra Modi meets Joe Biden in White House today. Photo: Twitter

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on Friday met the United States President Joe Biden at the White House in his first bilateral meeting.

The duo discussed a wide range of issues, including combating COVID, climate change, economic cooperation as well as Afghanistan, reports said.

Welcoming Modi at the White House, the US President said, “I have known you for a long time. I am glad that you have come back to the White House. You are well aware of our history. Our relationship has always been good.”

“Today we begin a new chapter in Indo-US relationships. Four Million Indian Americans every day making America stronger,” Biden told the Indian PM.

On his behalf, Narendra Modi thanked the 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 realise this vision,” Modi said.

He further said the trade will continue to play a major role between the countries. “In 2014 and 2016, I got an opportunity to talk to you. You had shared your vision for the Indo-US relations,” Modi said.

He further told President Biden, “Mahatma Gandhi always used to say about trusteeship of the Planet. This sentiment of trusteeship is the need of the hour globally.”


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