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Thursday, September 23, 2021

PM Modi reached Washington, warm welcome from airport to hotel, people stood even in the rain

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Washington on Thursday for his three-day US visit. There was a warm welcome to PM Modi in Washington. Several officials of the US Foreign Ministry had arrived to welcome PM Modi at the airport. At the same time, India's Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu was also present at the airport. More than 100 people from the Indian community had also reached the airport in the joy of PM Modi's arrival.


On this visit, PM Modi will address the United Nations General Assembly and will hold a meeting with the leaders of the Quad countries. Apart from this, PM Modi will also hold bilateral talks with US President Joe Biden at the White House.


As soon as PM Modi reached Washington, the people of the Indian community started raising slogans. The special thing was that despite the rain, Indian-Americans kept waiting for PM Modi. PM Modi specially got down from his car to meet these people.


PM Modi also tweeted and informed about his arrival in Washington. He wrote, 'Reached Washington DC. Over the next two days I will be meeting with US President Joe Biden and Vice Presidents Kamala Harris, Scott Morrison, Yoshihide Suga. During this time I will participate in quad meeting and will meet CEOs of top companies and present the economic achievements in India in front of them.


PM Modi and Joe Biden will meet on Friday, 24 September, according to Indian time. This will be Biden's first face-to-face meeting with PM Modi after taking over as the US President on January 20 this year. At the same time, this is also the first major foreign tour of PM Modi amid the Corona epidemic.