What PM Modi, Joe Biden discussed before the G20 summit

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Defence, nuclear power, AI: What PM Modi, Joe Biden discussed ahead of G20 summit

Prime Minister Modi and Joe Biden exchanged views on several regional and global issues.

New Delhi:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden discussed ways to “deepen and diversify” the partnership between the two countries at a private dinner. In their more than 50-minute discussion, Prime Minister Modi and Mr. Biden discussed defense partnership, cooperation in nuclear energy, artificial intelligence and emerging technologies like 6G.

The two leaders also expressed confidence that the outcome of the G20 Summit will advance the shared goals of accelerating sustainable development, promoting multilateral cooperation and building consensus around inclusive economic policies to address the greatest global challenges.

After the meeting, Mr. Biden tweeted, “Today and throughout the G20, we will reaffirm that the United States-India partnership is stronger, closer, and more dynamic than at any time in history.”

Sources in the Indian government said that during the meeting, Prime Minister Modi appreciated President Biden for his vision and “commitment to further strengthen the India-US comprehensive global strategic partnership, which is based on shared democratic values, strategic convergence and strong people-to-people relations”.

The two leaders also exchanged views on several regional and global issues. They agreed that India-US partnership is beneficial not only for the people of the two countries but also for global interests.

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