In fact, Indians arrived in a special way to welcome PM Modi at the White House.
PM Modi in US: US President Joe Biden will hold his first bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday. However, during this time the two leaders are expected to discuss a number of priority issues including combating Kovid-19 and climate change, economic cooperation and Afghanistan. But before that special preparations have been made to welcome PM Modi.Also Read – Modi-Biden talks on these issues including Corona and Afghanistan, White House released agenda
Yes, in fact, Indians arrived in a special way to welcome PM Modi at the White House. Indian expatriate members gathered outside the White House to welcome PM Modi. He said that he has come here to welcome PM Modi and during this he will show the pride of his culture. Also Read – Indians to protest in US during PM Modi’s program: Rakesh Tikait
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An Indian expatriate at the White House bar said, “We are here to welcome our leader and show the pride of our culture.” When asked how do you see the visit, he said whatever happened ‘We are here to please our leader.’ He said that they are going to dance. “We are excited to dance, we want to showcase the diverse culture of our India,” he said.
Let us tell you that this is the first time that Biden and Modi will meet after becoming the 46th President of America in January. Although the two leaders have met before, Biden was the country’s Vice President at that time. Since Biden became president, the two leaders have had several phone conversations and have also participated in a few digital summits. These include the Quad meeting organized by the US President in March.