G20: PM Modi, Biden review India-US strategic partnership in Bali
15 November, 2022 | Pragati Singh
PM Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden expressed pleasure with India and the US's strong collaboration in new groupings and reviewed the India-US strategic alliance in G20 summit.
On the margines of the G20 Summit in Bali on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden expressed pleasure with India and the US’s strong collaboration in new groupings such as the Quad, I2U2, and reviewed the India-US strategic alliance.
According to an official statement from the Prime Minister’s office, both sides discussed strong collaboration in future-oriented industries such as essential and emerging technologies, advanced computing, and artificial intelligence. The two presidents also discussed current global and regional events.
According to the official statement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked US President Joe Biden for his ongoing support in developing the India-US alliance and expressed confidence that both nations will continue to work closely during India’s G-20 presidency.
At the conclusion of the Bali summit, Indonesia’s President will pass over the G20 presidency to India. On December 1, 2022, India will formally take up the G20 presidency.
PM Modi will personally welcome G20 members and other invitees to the G20 summit, which will be held in India in 2023.
The 17th G20 Summit will place a strong emphasis on critical global concerns under the theme ‘Recover Together, Recover Stronger.’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden on Tuesday also shared a warm hug as the G20 Summit began in Bali.
“PM @narendramodi and @POTUS @JoeBideninteract during the @g20org Summit in Bali. G20 working session on Food and Energy Security,” PrimeMinister’s Office tweeted.
Earlier today, PM Modi was greeted by Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo at the venue. Upon his arrival in Bali on Sunday night, PM Modi received a traditional welcome.
“Grateful to the Indian community for the warm welcome in Bali!” the Prime Minister tweeted.