New Delhi PM Modi and US President Joe Biden will meet in Washington on 24 September. This will be the first time that the Prime Minister of India and the President of America will meet face-to-face after Joe Biden took office in January 2021. PM Modi will reach Washington, the capital of America, on the night of 22 September. The White House has issued a statement regarding this. In a statement issued quoting President Biden, happiness has been expressed about hosting PM Modi.
There is also a meeting of the Quad countries in America, in which apart from India, the Prime Ministers of Australia and Japan will also attend. Taliban, China and Corona are expected to be discussed during PM Modi’s visit to America. He will address the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on 25 September.
President Biden hosted the first summit of the Quad leaders digitally in March, expressing a resolve to a free, open, inclusive, democratic-valued Indo-Pacific region free from constraints such as forced occupation. In a way, it was seen as a message to China. PM Modi had earlier visited the US in September 2019 when he and the then US President Donald Trump addressed the Howdy Modi event in Houston.