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PM Modi and the US President Joe Biden held bilateral meetings; PM Modi hailed India–US partnership.

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PM Modi and the US President Joe Biden held bilateral meetings; PM Modi hailed India–US partnership.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the United States President Joe Biden held bilateral meetings on Tuesday in Tokyo.

The meeting was to focus on the Indo-pacific region and the Ukraine war.

After the meeting, PM Modi said–

“India and the US partnership – in the true sense – is a partnership of trust”. The two countries share common views on the Indo-pacific region, emphasized.

“It’s always a pleasure to meet you and today we also participated in a very useful Quad summit. Our common interests have indeed strengthened the mutual trust between the two countries. We are expanding our financial and trade ties but still, they are well below the potential,” the prime minister mentioned.

“I’m confident that with the conclusion of the US Investment Incentive Agreement, we will see concrete progress in investment between our two countries. We are also increasing bilateral cooperation in terms of technology and other areas,” he added.

“Mr Prime Minister, there is so much that our countries can and will do together. I’m committed to making the US-India partnership among the closest we have on earth,” Biden told the prime minister.

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