PM Modi US Visit: Prime Minister Modi can visit America in June, Biden's invitation came from White House
The administrations of both the countries have accepted the invitation in principle.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi may visit America this summer. However, there is no clarity on the dates of the visit and officials of both the countries are working on it. If sources are to be believed, an invitation to visit America has been sent to Prime Minister Modi on behalf of US President Joe Biden.
The administrations of both the countries have accepted the invitation in principle. Officials from both sides are believed to be discussing suitable dates in June-July, when not only are both the US House of Representatives and the Senate scheduled to meet, but Prime Minister Modi also has no pre-planned international travel and domestic visits. Not busy. A state visit requires at least a few days, which includes, among other things, addressing a joint session of the US Congress and a state dinner at the White House. However, sources on this issue say that it is not clear when this invitation was given to Prime Minister Modi and who gave him a personal invitation on behalf of Biden's office.
PM Modi's busy schedule since September
Some officials keeping an eye on the matter say that India is hosting the G-20 this year. The G-20 summit is also to be held in September, which will be attended by US President Joe Biden along with global leaders. After this, Prime Minister Modi's campaign for the assembly elections to be held at the end of the year will begin. In such a situation, PM Modi will have domestic engagements.
Doval met American counterpart
On the other side, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval is on a trip to America these days. On Tuesday, he met his American counterpart Jake Sullivan in Washington. We are committed to fostering an open, accessible and secure technology ecosystem based on mutual trust and confidence, which reinforces our democratic values and democratic institutions, the White House said in a fact sheet after the conclusion of the ICET inaugural meeting.
The iCET is being launched at the behest of US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who, after their Tokyo meeting in May 2022, vowed to enhance and expand strategic technology partnerships and defense industrial cooperation between governments, businesses and academic institutions. announced to do.