PM Modi US Visit: Meeting with VP Kamala Harris & Apple Chief Tim Cook in plan
PM Modi will reach Washington DC on 22nd September and the next morning he will meet top US CEOs. During this, he is also going to have a meeting with Apple chief Tim Cook.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit the US this week where he will follow a marathon program and hold one-on-one high-level meetings. PM Modi will reach Washington DC on 22nd September and the next morning he will meet top US CEOs. During this, he is also going to have a meeting with Apple chief Tim Cook.
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However, officials did not confirm the details of the meeting and told news agency that the schedule is still being worked out. After back-to-back meetings with top US businessmen, PM Modi is also expected to meet US Vice President Kamala Harris, an Indian-origin woman who rose to such a position in the US for the first time. However, no official announcement of the meeting has been made yet.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also meet Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on the same day. PM Modi will hold his first bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden in his visit and will attend the first in-person Quad Leaders' Summit in Washington on September 24. Dinner has also been organized during PM Modi's visit.
Interestingly, the US visit of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is also coinciding with PM Modi's visit to Washington. He is also likely to meet PM Modi. On the evening of 24 September, PM Modi will leave for New York where he will deliver his speech at the United Nations General Assembly the next day. PM Modi will visit New York to attend the annual high-level United Nations General Assembly session. India is a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council, and its one-month presidency ended last month.
This will be Prime Minister Modi's first visit after Joe Biden became the President. Earlier in 2019, he had gone to America. Apart from this, this visit of PM Modi will be special even after the increased concern around the world after the Taliban rule over Afghanistan.
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