A fortnight after the meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden, the White House said the focus is now on the continued progress made by senior-level officials from India and the US on various issues.
“At this point in time, high-level negotiators, whether they are Secretary of State, State Department officials or leaders of the national security team, are looking forward to continuing to work through them and economic Our focus will be on security, national security, how we can proceed to deal with Kovid and overcome the epidemic. “Therefore, in the coming weeks and months, work will continue at a lower level than a leader, but still at a higher level,” Saki said.
There are many visits to the cabinet level
Less than a fortnight after Modi and Biden met, there were high-level visits between the two countries and several cabinet-level visits are due in the next few weeks. Chief among them are Defense President General Bipin Rawat’s visit to America and America’s Deputy Secretary of State Windy Sherman’s visit to India. The 16th meeting of the Defense Policy Group of the two countries was held on Friday and the Pentagon announced that its Chief of Naval Staff would visit India next week. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is likely to visit America next week. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar are likely to visit Washington DC in November for the next round of ‘two-plus-two’ talks.
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