Modi-Biden talks in Washington under way with  US Vice President Kamala Harris

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during their first in-person meeting as part of the US visit, gifted US Vice President Kamala Harris a copy of old notifications in a handcrafted wooden frame that was related to her grandfather, who was a senior Indian government officer, and a  ‘meenakari’ chess set.

Aldo gifted was a ‘gulabi meenakari’ chess set, that is closely associated with Kashi or Varanasi, one of the oldest cities of the world and the prime minister’s Lok Sabha constituency.

Prime Minister Modi said India and America are “natural partners” and  the two leaders decided to further cement the Indo-US strategic partnership and discussed global issues of common interest, including those that are  threats to democracy and in the Indo-Pacific,

PM Modi gifted a ‘silver gulabi meenakari ship’ to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, and Japanese Premier Yoshihide Suga was gifted a sandalwood Buddha statue. Japan is one of India’s most valued partners. I had an excellent meeting with Japanese Premier Yoshihide Suga  on a variety of subjects that would further boost cooperation between our nations. A strong India-Japan friendship augurs well for the entire planet.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday praised US Vice President Kamala Harris as a “source of inspiration” while extending an invitation to her to visit India.

Glad to have met  Her feat has inspired the entire world. We talked about multiple subjects that will further cement the India-USA friendship, which is based on shared values and cultural linkages.

Modi arrived in Washington on Wednesday officially visiting  to the US where he will hold the first face-to-face meeting with President Joe Biden. Modi will attend the maiden in-person Quad summit and address the 76th session of the UN General Assembly in New York.

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