Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a virtual meeting with US President Joe Biden on April 11, 2022. The two leaders are expected to review and exchange views on the ongoing bilateral cooperation in South Asia, the Indo-Pacific region and on global issues of mutual interest. interest.

The Ministry of External Affairs said that the virtual meeting will enable the two sides to continue their regular and high-level engagement with the aim of further strengthening the bilateral Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement that the virtual meet is being held to further deepen the ties between our governments, economies and our peoples.

The virtual meeting will precede the 4th India-US 2+2 Ministerial Meeting between External Affairs Minister Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and India’s Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and their US counterparts Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.

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PM Modi and the US President will discuss cooperation on many issues, including-

Indo-Pacific region

The two leaders discussed how to take forward the ongoing dialogue about maintaining a free, open, rules-based international order and the development of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework to promote security, democracy and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific. will do.

Russia-Ukraine conflict

The US president is expected to continue close consultations on the consequences of Russia’s brutal war against Ukraine and mitigating its destabilizing effect on global food supply and commodity markets.

US President Biden may escalate India’s stand on the Ukraine crisis, especially India’s decision to purchase concessional Russian oil at a time when the world is increasing its sanctions on Russia.

2+2 dialogue

The virtual meeting between the two leaders will be preceded by 2+2 talks between the Indian External Affairs Minister and the Defense Minister with their respective US counterparts. This is likely to be discussed between the two leaders.

Other issues that will be brought up for discussion include-

-The end of COVID-19

– Strengthening the global economy

– combating the climate crisis

Review of ongoing bilateral cooperation

-Reflections on recent developments in South Asia and global issues of mutual interest.


Joe Biden last spoke with Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with other quad leaders in March. The virtual meeting is expected to further strengthen the bilateral Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership.


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