US: 'Everyone in America wants to meet PM Modi', why this statement came from White House, know
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre has said that everyone wants to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is popular all over the world. Everyone is eager to meet him. Nowadays PM is on a three-day tour in Australia. After this, he will go on a trip to America in June. During this, a state dinner has been kept for PM Modi on 22 June. According to the White House, a large number of people in America want to meet him. For this, US President Joe Biden is receiving a large number of requests.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre has said that everyone wants to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi. People are constantly calling President Biden to meet him. Pierre said that we think it is a good thing. This shows how important it is for the US to have a partnership with India.
Responding to a question, Jean Pierre said that next month, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden are hosting a state dinner for PM Modi. He said that you would not believe that we are getting a large number of requests from Indian-Americans to meet PM Modi. Apart from this, MPs and leaders of the corporate sector are also constantly demanding invitations.
He further said that PM Modi's visit to the United States will be an opportunity to reaffirm the deep and close partnership between the two countries, which binds the US, Americans and clearly Indians together. So it is very important for the US President. He said the visit will also reinforce the US-India shared commitment to a free, open, prosperous and secure Indo-Pacific and shared resolve to evaluate strategic technology partnerships including defence, clean energy and space.
The White House Press Secretary said that the President and the First Lady look forward to welcoming Prime Minister Modi for an official state visit.
Pierre further said that the President and his wife look forward to welcoming Prime Minister Modi for an official state visit on June 22. As we get closer to the 22nd, of course we'll do background calls and get more information and more details. Recently, talking about the partnership between the US and India, the US State Department's Principal Deputy Spokesperson Vedant Patel had said that he is looking forward to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US.