US President Joe Biden, who recently held the first in-person bilateral meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said the ties between two of the world's largest democracies--India and the US-- are destined to be "stronger, closer and tighter".
On September 24, Biden hosted PM Modi at the White House for the bilateral meeting and discussed a wide range of priority issues, including combating COVID-19, climate change, trade and the Indo-Pacific. PM Modi described the bilateral summit with Biden as "important" as they're meeting at the start of the third decade of this century.
US and India are committed to taking on the toughest challenges both countries face together.
"This morning, I hosted Prime Minister Modi at the White House as we launch a new chapter in the history of US-India ties. Our two nations are the largest democracies in the world, and we're committed to taking on the toughest challenges we face -- together," Biden tweeted.
On a three-day visit to the US, Prime Minister Modi held his maiden bilateral meeting with US President Biden and attended the Quad leaders Summit.
Prime Minister Modi on September 25 concluded his itinerary-packed 3-day visit to the US.
He has returned to New Delhi on September 27.
Bharatiya Janata Party National President Jai Prakash Nadda and party General Secretaries Arun Singh and Tarun Chugh, Former Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta and senior party functionaries were present at the airport to receive PM Modi. They welcomed him with 'Dhol' and 'Nagadhas'.
Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla had earlier described that PM Modi's visit to the US has been "very successful".