New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for America on Tuesday. This US visit of PM Modi is considered historic. This visit of PM Modi will strengthen the relations between India and America. Along with this, PM Modi will participate in many programs. In this four-day visit of PM Modi, meeting with Joe Biden, address to the joint session of US Congress, yoga program in UN, interaction with American CEO and meeting the Indian community are included. Are.
PM Modi will lead the yoga program organized at the United Nations on Wednesday (June 21). This is considered a major achievement for India. The major objective of the summit between President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be held in Washington on June 22 is to create a clear roadmap for the future in the field of defense and state-of-the-art technology.PM Modi’s America Two major defense deals are likely to be finalized during the visit. These include agreements related to drone and fighter jet engine manufacturing in India with GE.
The main objective of this visit is to establish reliable supply chain in the field of new technology like Telecom, Space, Semiconductor. Great success can be achieved on this. PM Modi will address the US Congress on Thursday. PM Modi will address the joint session of the US Congress for the second time. PM Modi has received a special invitation for this address. Prime Minister Modi will be the first Indian PM to address a joint session of the US Congress for the second time. Very few people have such a record before him. PM Modi is the third such leader in the world, who has been invited by US President Joe Biden for a state visit.
Earlier, Joe Biden has invited French President Emmanuel Macron and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol for a state visit. PM Modi will meet American leaders on Friday at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington. Along with this, he will also address the Indians. Prime Minister Modi is the third Indian leader to go on a state visit to America. Earlier in 1963, former President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and in 2009, former PM Manmohan Singh went on a state visit to the US.