new Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to address an international forum today. According to Indian time tonight, PM Modi will address ‘India Ideas Summit’ at 8.30 pm. People from all over the world will be watching this summit. The US-India Business Council (USIBC) is organizing this conference. The theme of the conference is the creation of a better future. Trade and cooperation between the two countries will be discussed in the conference.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address representatives from all over the world about America and India as key partners and leaders in the world after Kovid-19. His address today will be at half past eight in the evening according to local time. Let it be said that this is a two-day summit with the main participation of America and India, which is being organized through digital medium. USIBC said that in this summit, the top officials of the Government of India and the Government of America will come together, who are working on the framework of recovery after the epidemic.
The summit will also include senior officials from top US and Indian companies. These executives include ‘Jim Tasslett, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Lockheed Martin Corporation and N Chandrasekaran, Chairman of Tata Sons’, recipient of the 2020 Global Leadership Award of USIBC.
Among those who addressed this year’s summit were US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal, US Department of Health and Human Services Deputy Minister Eric. Hagan, Virginia Senator Mark Warner, US Representative Amy Berra of California, Ambassador Kenneth Juster and many others. USIBC said, “USIBC is celebrating 45 years of work to enhance the US-India partnership.
Vijay Advani, President of USIBC Global Board and Executive Chairman of Nuveen said, “We are honored to join Prime Minister Modi on the occasion of 45th Anniversary of US-India Business Council”. He said, “A better future this year. Focus on building.
As Prime Minister Modi is facing the twin challenges of the health impact of Kovid-19 and the associated global economic disruption, he has made clear the importance of India and US involvement in ushering in an era of economic renewal and inclusive opportunity. ” USIBC President Nisha Biswal said, “Prime Minister Modi has consistently taken the US-India relationship to new heights through his engagement with the US administration.”