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Friday, September 24, 2021

Terrorist group active there: Kamala Harris raised the issue of terrorism in meeting with PM Modi, showed mirror to Pakistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on America tour. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's second meeting in the series of bilateral meetings took place with US Vice President Kamala Harris, in which the Prime Minister expressed his passionate gratitude for her contribution to the cooperation received by the US in the Covid-19 epidemic. The two leaders first spoke in private at the White House and then attended a delegation-level meeting. PM Modi also invited Kamala Harris to visit India. At the same time, during the meeting with PM Modi, US Vice President Kamala Harris also raised the issue of terrorism. He clearly said that there are many terrorist organizations active there (on Pakistani soil). He has asked Pakistan to take action on these terrorist organizations so that it does not affect the security of America and India.

Modi Kamala Harris

Before the meeting, both the leaders jointly addressed the media. Recalling the help of Kamala Harris during the Kovid epidemic, PM Modi said that after becoming the Vice President, there have been many talks between the two leaders. Once there was a conversation when India was battling the Kovid epidemic. She remembers Kamala Harris's words of solidarity at that time. The Prime Minister said that the US government and companies and the overseas Indian community have been very helpful in the very difficult fight against the Kovid epidemic. The US President and Harris himself took office at a time when the whole world was facing a very difficult challenge and in a very short span of time he achieved all the achievements whether it is combating covid or climate change or quad.

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PM Modi praised Kamala

PM Modi said that India and America are the world's largest and oldest democracies. Our values ​​are the same and our cooperation is growing gradually. "Your election as the Vice President of America has been a very important and historic event.You are an inspiration to many people around the world and I am sure that under President Joe Biden and under your leadership, our bilateral relations will reach new heights. Inviting him, PM Modi said, 'The people of India are waiting to welcome you. I invite you to come to India.

After this Kamala Harris said that India is a very important partner of America. When India was battered by a second wave of COVID-19, the US is proud to support and support the needs of the people of India and the responsibility of immunizing its people. They welcomed India's announcement of resumption of exports of COVID vaccines and expressed happiness that India is immunizing nearly 10 million people daily.

Talk on terrorism

Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla, who accompanied PM Modi to the US, said in Washington DC that PM Narendra Modi and US Vice President Kamala Harris discussed future areas of cooperation including space cooperation, information technology, emerging and critical technologies, cooperation in health sectors. He further said that US Vice President Kamala Harris agreed with PM Modi on cross-border terrorism and acknowledged that India has been a victim of terrorism for many decades. She also agreed on the need to closely monitor Pakistan's support for such terror groups. Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that during the meeting with PM Modi, US Vice President Kamala Harris had also raised the issue of terrorism. He clearly said that there are many terrorist organizations active there (on Pakistani soil). He has asked Pakistan to take action against these terrorist organizations so that it does not affect the security of America and India.

First formal interaction between PM and Kamala

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, this was Prime Minister Modi's first formal interaction with the US Vice President. The two leaders had a telephonic conversation in June this year. According to sources, Vice President Ms Harris had offered to prioritize India to provide US vaccines during the COVID pandemic.In this meeting held at the White House, the two leaders discussed bilateral, regional and global issues of mutual interest. The Indian delegation included External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla, India's Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu and Vani Rao, Joint Secretary (USA) in the Ministry of External Affairs.