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Joe Biden told PM Modi – India should be a permanent member of the Security Council, somewhere on terrorism and Taliban

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden discussed many issues in the first bilateral meeting at the White House

Joe Biden, PM Modi, UNSC, US, India, Afghanistan, terror, Pakistan, News: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden met for the first time at the White House on Friday. During this, both of them discussed face to face on various issues. On the second day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to America, he held a bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden, in which US President Biden said that India should be a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. Both the countries (India-US) agreed that terrorism is an important issue. Both countries committed to fight terrorism. The Taliban must heed their commitment to UNSC resolution 2593 and that Afghan territory should not be used for terrorist activities.Also Read – First bilateral meeting between PM Modi- Joe Biden, discussions on these issues including Indo-Pacific, Climate and Kovid; Special things…

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that on the second day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to America, he had a bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden. It was Prime Minister Modi’s first meeting with President Joe Biden after he took office. Also Read – Joe Biden warmly welcomes PM Modi, said – US-India relations can solve many global challenges

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India should be a permanent member of UNC

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, President Joe Biden categorically expressed that India should have a permanent membership in the United Nations Security Council.

Discussion on terrorism in Afghanistan

During the meeting, both the countries (India-US) discussed the importance of fighting terrorism in Afghanistan. He said the Taliban should keep its commitment to UNSC resolution 2593 and that Afghan territory should not be used for terrorist activities.

Pakistan’s role in Afghanistan, its involvement in terrorism were discussed

According to the Foreign Secretary, the bilateral discussion on the role of Pakistan in Afghanistan, its involvement in terrorism has been discussed in the Quad Summit.

India-US defense relations were discussed, willingness to work together on new high technology in defense

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, President Joe Biden appreciated the decisions taken by the Government of India during the second wave of Kovid. He welcomed the decision of the Government of India to resume export of the vaccine. Discussion took place on India-US defense relations. Both sides expressed their willingness to work together on new high technology projects in defence.

Quad will act as a ‘force for the good of the world’, ensure peace in Indo-Pacific: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with his Australian and Japanese counterparts on Friday attended the first in-person summit of the Quad leaders which was hosted by US President Joe Biden here. During this, Modi said that he has full faith that this group of four countries will act like a force for the good of the world and will ensure peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region as well as in the whole world. The Quad was formed in November 2017 as part of a strategy to keep the Indo-Pacific region free from any influence which includes India, the US, Japan and Australia.

America, Japan, Australia, India come together

Prime Minister Modi, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga have gathered at the White House to attend the first direct Quad summit at the invitation of President Joe Biden. In his opening address, Joe Biden said that the world’s four democracies have come together to tackle common climate-related challenges from Kovid. “There are democratic partners in this group who share global views and have a common vision for the future,” Biden said.

We have come together once again for humanity as part of the Quad Coalition

In his brief address, Prime Minister Modi said during the conference, “I am sure that with our cooperation, peace and prosperity will be established in the world and the Indo-Pacific region. I firmly believe that our Quad alliance will serve as a force for the betterment of the world.” Modi said, today, after the 2004 tsunami in Japan, when the world is fighting against Kovid-19, we have once again come together for humanity as part of the Quad Alliance. Our Quad vaccine initiative will help countries in the Indo-Pacific region at large. Prime Minister Modi said that the Quad has decided to move forward with a positive outlook based on the shared democratic values ​​of the member countries. He said, I would be happy to discuss with my friends – whether it is supply chain, global security, climate action, covid combat or technology cooperation. Morrison said that the Indo-Pacific region should be free from any bullying and disputes should be resolved in accordance with international law.

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