PM Narendra Modi held 20 meetings during his 65-hour stay in the US

PM Narendra Modi held 20 meetings during his 65-hour stay in the US

Government sources said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-day visit to the United States was packed with meetings as he attended 20 of them during the nearly 65 hours he spent in the country.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who returned to India from the US on Sunday, attended 20 meetings during his 65-hour visit, government sources said.

He said that he also had four long meetings on flights with officials traveling to and from the US.

Sharing the details, sources said Modi had two meetings in flight on his way to the US on Wednesday and three meetings at the hotel upon his arrival.

On 23 September, he held five meetings with several CEOs, followed by talks with US Vice President Kamala Harris and bilateral talks with his Japanese and Australian counterparts Yoshihide Suga and Scott Morrison, respectively. He also presided over three internal meetings.

He had a bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden the next day and then participated in the quad meet. Sources said Modi had also held four internal meetings on September 24.

Sources said that when Modi left for India from the US on September 25, he held two meetings on the back flight.

Modi, who arrived at the Palam airport, was warmly received by BJP leaders including party chief JP Nadda.

Modi, who walked nearly two kilometers to meet party workers and roadside people outside the airport, thanked them for welcoming them.

Referring to Modi’s meetings with US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, besides his participation in the quad meet and address at the UN General Assembly, Nadda said the prime minister strengthened India’s views on global issues and threats such as terrorism and expansionism. kept from .

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First published: The Sun, 26 September 2021. 12:47 IST




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