PM Narendra Modi US visit: His complete itinerary
New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting the United States with his set of ministers including External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, and Foreign Secretary Shringla among others.
This will be PM's first visit on a foreign land since the coronavirus pandemic. He will be leaving for the US on September 22 and will be attending United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session in New York. Besides this, he will also hold bilateral meetings with his counterparts from other countries and will participate in QUAD. PM Modi will return to India on Sunday (September 27).
Check out his detailed itinerary below:
September 22: Prime Minister Modi is likely to take part in a Covid-19 summit.
September 23: He will meet Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga and Australian PM Scott Morrison for bilateral meetings. Later, he will meet a number of top executives of major American companies in Washington. Apple CEO Tim Cook is expected to be one of them.
On the same day, Modi will meet US Vice-president Kamala Harris after which a gala dinner, to be hosted by US President Joe Biden, will take place.
September 24: Modi and Biden are expected to deliberate on ways to bolster bilateral ties in trade, investment and defence and security in their in-person talks in Washington. The bilateral talks between Modi and Biden are expected to figure ways to deal with radicalisation and terrorism besides major regional issues.
Besides holding bilateral talks with the US leaders, PM Modi will participate in the first in-person summit of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue or QUAD in Washington on the same day that is expected to broadly focus on contemporary global and regional issues.
September 25: After concluding his engagements in Washington, Modi will travel to New York to attend the UN General Assembly on this day. He is scheduled to address the General Debate of the High-Level Segment of the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) at around 6:30 pm (IST) in New York.