Indiaspora hails PM Modi's US visit

According to the organization the trip is of significance as it presents a historic opportunity for critical dialogue on issues pertaining to U.S.-India relations

Indiaspora, a nonprofit organization of global Indian diaspora leaders, has welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the United States. The Prime Minister is scheduled to undertake a State visit to the country from June 21 to June 23, 2023.

The visit will mark Modi's first State visit to the United States in his nine year long rule and make him only the third Indian leader after President S Radhakrishnan in 1963 and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in 2009 to be invited to the U.S. for a State visit.

Expressing enthusiasm for the upcoming visit, MR Rangaswami, Founder of Indiaspora said, "We are excited to welcome Prime Minister Modi to the United States. The U.S.-India relationship has grown substantially over time and is poised to be the consequential partnership of the century. I expect several key issues to be discussed between Prime Minister Modi and President Biden including the U.S.-India initiative on Critical and Emerging Technology (iCET) and defense ties. I believe that the two countries also need to continue their dialogue on climate change.”

“This historic visit comes at a pivotal moment for U.S.-India relations. Indians and the Indian diaspora are center stage. Cross-border investments and diaspora engagements are growing exponentially. This aligns with our organizational goal to inspire the Indian diaspora to be a force for good” said Sanjeev Joshipura, Executive Director of Indiaspora.

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