Washington.PM Modi is currently on a tour of America.On the first day on Thursday, PM Modi met the Global CEOs of five companies.On Thursday, PM Modi met US company Qualcomm CEO Cristanio R. Eiman, First Solar's Mark Widmer, Adobe's Shantanu Narain, General Atomics's Vivek Lal and Blackstone's Stephen A. Schwarzman.After the meeting, Cristiano R. Amon said it was a wonderful meeting.We are very proud of our partnership with India.We talked about 5G and the speed in it.We talked about an incredible opportunity to grow the industry not only in India but as export of technology.
After the meeting, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayan said that for us our biggest asset is people.Whatever it takes to encourage education, having digital literacy helps Adobe.We are very supportive of greater emphasis and interest in education.
Mark R. Widmar, CEO of First Solar, said that clearly with his leadership and what he has done to strike a strong balance between industrial policy as well as trade policy, it is important for companies like First Solar to set up manufacturing in India. Creates an ideal opportunity forI think if every country can adopt and emulate what India has done, then our ability to meet the long-term climate target objectives will not be a problem.
#WATCH His (PM Modi) commitment to ensuring domestic capabilities&ensuring long-term climate goals with focus on energy independence&security,the alignment of what he's trying to achieve couldn't be better for companies looking to manufacture in India: Mark Widmar,CEO,First Solar pic.twitter.com/HY7rW3ofoU— ANI (@ANI) September 23, 2021
General Atomics CEO Vivek Lal said it was an excellent meeting.We talked about the immense potential in India from an investment perspective and confidence in technology and policy reforms to come in India.
This is part of a series of meetings that PM Modi will hold with select corporate leaders who have the potential to make significant investments in India.Qualcomm is a multinational firm, a provider of semiconductors, software and wireless technology services.During the meeting, discussions can be held regarding investment in India.
PM Narendra Modi holds a meeting with Cristiano R Amon, President and CEO of Qualcomm in Washington DC, the US. pic.twitter.com/UdIe67yjt6— ANI (@ANI) September 23, 2021
After this, PM Modi is to have a bilateral meeting with Indian-origin US Vice President Kamala Harris.The meeting will be held at the function office of the Vice President at 12.45 hrs IST on Friday.The meeting will be held in-camera, but a media pool will be allowed to watch it before it begins and the leaders can make statements.The conversation between Kamala Harris and PM Modi so far was only through a phone call.Although he spoke to several world leaders soon after becoming Vice President, he had a phone conversation with PM Modi only in June, when he discussed President Joe Biden's offer to send vaccines from India.PM Modi had given information about this by tweeting.
PM Modi will also hold bilateral talks with Australian PM Scott Morrison.PM Modi will also discuss various issues with Japan's PM Yoshihide Suga.Japan and Australia are also part of the Quad Group.India and America are also included in the quad.
It is to be known that on the invitation of US President Joe Biden, PM Narendra Modi is visiting America from 23 to 25 September.He will also meet with Joe Biden.
Grateful to the Indian community in Washington DC for the warm welcome. Our diaspora is our strength. It is commendable how the Indian diaspora has distinguished itself across the world. pic.twitter.com/6cw2UR2uLH— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 22, 2021
This is the first major foreign trip of PM Narendra Modi after the second wave of Corona.During this, PM Modi will address the United Nations General Assembly on 24 September.When PM Modi reached Washington at around 3.30 am Indian time on Thursday morning, the people of the Indian community present there gave a warm welcome.PM Modi thanked all the people, as well as shared pictures on social media.