Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden will have a virtual meeting today ahead of the 2+2 ministerial talk. The last meeting between the two was happened in March along with other Quad leaders.
This virtual meeting was announced by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) and said that it would, “enable both sides to continue their regular and high-level engagement aimed at further strengthening the bilateral comprehensive global strategic partnership.”
“The two leaders will review ongoing bilateral cooperation and exchange views on recent developments in South Asia and global issues of mutual interest,” the MEA in a statement.
The Ministry further said, “The virtual meeting will enable both sides to continue their regular and high-level engagement aimed at further strengthening the bilateral Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership”.
The issues which are likely to be discussed by PM Modi and President Biden include Covid-19 pandemic, strengthening the global economy, countering climate crisis, rules based international order to bolster security and democracy., the White House said in a press release.