PM Modi meets US President and other global leaders on sidelines of G-20 Summit
G20 is a valuable forum for India's engagement with major economies in the world
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met and interacted with global leaders, including US President Joe Biden, French President Emanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnon on the sidelines of the G-20 Leaders’ Summit.
In a series of photos tagged by the PMO India in its twitter handle, Prime Minister Modi is seen walking with US President Joe Biden in a half embrace and sharing some light chitchat. The two leaders are seen happy to be in each other’s company.
On September 24, the US President had a first in-person meeting with Prime Minister Modi at the White House.
Prime Minister Modi is also seen meeting with French President Macron. MEA Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi tweeted: “PM Narendra Modi met President of France Emmanuel Macron on the sidelines of G20. Discussed India-France cooperation on various subjects and reaffirmed their commitment to the Strategic Partnership. Also discussed global and regional developments.”
The MEA Spokesperson also re-tweeted PMO India’s tweet on PM Modi’s meeting with the French President. The PMO India’s tweet said, “India and France are cooperating extensively in various sectors. Today’s talks will add momentum to the bilateral ties between the two nations.”
The Prime Minister is also seen chatting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
In September, Canadians returned Liberal Party-led by Justin Trudeau to power in the hotly contested elections.
Prime Minister Modi also met British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit.
Earlier, all the world leaders participating in the G20 Summit, including PM Modi, gathered for a family photo.