On the second day of his visit to the United States, Prime Minister Modi will meet with Vice President Biden and participate in the Quad Summit.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak with US President Joe Biden on the second day of his historic visit to the U.S. This will be the first meeting between the two leaders since Biden took office as President of the United States in January this year.

Washington, D.C., September 24 : On the second day of his historic visit to the United States, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak with US President Joe Biden and take part in the first in-person summit meeting of Quad leaders.This will be the first meeting between the two leaders since Biden took office as President of the United States in January this year, and the two leaders are expected to assess the progress in the India-US Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership, which is based on mutual respect, common goals, goodwill, and a dedicated support from their citizens.The Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership spans a wide variety of activities, including trade and defense.On the Indo-Pacific, the two countries also have strategic overlap.Prime Ministers S Jaishankar and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, as well as senior officials, are among the Prime Ministers' delegation.

President Biden hosted two of them: the Quad virtual summit in March and the Climate Change Summit in April.PM Modi also virtually participated in the G7 Summit in Cornwall, the United Kingdom, in June this year, with United States Vice President Kamala Harris and Prime Ministers of Australia and Japan.He met with the CEOs of five major US companies.The United States is India's single biggest trading partner and a source of foreign direct investments.

They discussed recent regional developments of mutual importance and reiterated their commitment to a free, open, and inclusive Indo-Pacific region, including efforts to contain COVID-19, future areas of collaboration, including space exploration, information technology, emerging and critical technologies, and cooperation in the healthcare sector, according to Shringla.In that spirit, Vice President Suo moto referred to Pakistan's place in this area.They were terror groups operating there, she said.According to Shringla, the US Vice President agreed with the Prime Ministers' presentation on the fact of cross-border terrorism and the fact that India has been a victim of terrorism for many decades, and said that Pakistan should continue their close relationship and cooperation for the mutual benefit of both sides.

Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan and PM Modi discussed recent global developments, including Afghanistan.They also reiterated their support for a democratic, free, and inclusive Indo-Pacific zone.They agreed to enhance bilateral, defense, and intelligence cooperation, particularly in the areas of defense hardware and technologies.The launch of the Supply Chain Resilience Initiative between India, Japan, and Australia was welcomed by the Prime Ministers.This was PM Modis first visit outside the region since the COVID-19 pandemic.