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India will keep working with US to make our planet better: PM Modi


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New Delhi/Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi held extensive and productive talks with US President Joe Biden and said India will keep working with the USA across sectors to make our planet better.

The PM in a tweet after the talks said:

“Today’s talks with @POTUS @JoeBiden were extensive and productive. India will keep working with USA across sectors to make our planet better.”

Prime Minister Modi held talks with President Biden in restricted and delegation-level formats.

The leaders highlighted the long-standing friendship and growing cooperation between the two countries, which spans areas like trade and investment, defence and security, energy, climate change, and people-to-people ties.

Both leaders underscored the mutual trust and understanding, as well as the shared values between the two countries, which provide a strong foundation to take the relationship to new levels, a statement said.

They appreciated the rapid progress made through initiatives such as the Critical and Emerging Technologies(iCET) and the keen desire to elevate strategic technology collaborations to build resilient supply chains. They welcomed the deepening cooperation in critical minerals and space sectors.

Both leaders reiterated their commitment to combating climate change and achieving a sustainable future. They discussed ways to promote clean and renewable energy and collaborate on climate initiatives.

Both leaders expressed their determination to further deepen the multifaceted Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership between India and USA for the benefit of their peoples and the global community.

Discussions also covered regional and global issues of mutual interest.

Prime Minister expressed his appreciation for the warm welcome extended by President Biden and the First Lady. He looked forward to welcoming President Biden in New Delhi for the G20 Leaders’ Summit in September 2023.

Earlier, PM Modi, who is on an Official State Visit to the US, was accorded a ceremonial welcome by the US President and First Lady Jill Biden. Thousands of Indian-Americans were also present at the occasion to welcome the Prime Minister.

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