Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi had a telephone conversation today with His Excellency Joseph R. Biden, President of the United States of America.
The Prime Minister warmly congratulated President Biden, best wishes for his term, and looked forward to working closely with him to further the Indo-US strategic partnership.
The leaders discussed at length regional development and the broader geopolitical context. He noted that the Indo-American partnership is strongly rooted in a shared commitment to democratic values and shared strategic interests. He reiterated the importance of working with like-minded countries to ensure a rules-based international system and a free, open and inclusive Indo-Pacific region.
PM Modi & Pres Biden had a wide-ranging conversation. Based on shared values & common strategic interests we're committed to advancing India-US Strategic Partnership & closely working together in meeting regional & global challenges: Indian Ambassador to US, TS Sandhu pic.twitter.com/KCgcdJAjtC— ANI (@ANI) February 9, 2021
The Prime Minister and President Biden confirmed the importance of addressing the challenge of global climate change. The Prime Minister welcomed President Biden’s decision to re-commit to the Paris Agreement and highlight the ambitious goals India had set for itself in the field of renewable energy. The Prime Minister welcomed President Biden’s initiative to hold the Climate Leadership Summit in April this year and was eager to participate in it.
The Prime Minister called on President Biden and Drs. Gave an opportunity to invite Jill Biden so that he can come to India as soon as possible.