Biden to meet PM Modi on sidelines of G7 summit in Japan
US President Joe Biden will meet Prime Ministers Narendra Modi of India and Australia’s Anthony Albanese on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Japan, the White House said on Tuesday, before the president wrapped up his trip abroad.
“He (Biden) will also have the opportunity to meet with the leaders of the other members of the quorum, Prime Minister Modi of India and Prime Minister Albanese of Australia,” said John Kirby, the National Security Council’s coordinator for strategic communications. At the White House, he told reporters at the White House during his briefing on the G7 trip.
Biden travels to Hiroshima, Japan to attend the G7 summit. “Since the president took office, revitalizing our alliances and partnerships and reasserting America’s leadership around the world has been one of his top priorities,” Kirby said.
“Thanks to his hard work during the G7, you will see that our allies and partners are more united than ever.
Over the past 15 months, following Russia’s invasion, the G7 is standing in solidarity with Ukraine and mobilizing the world. Support Ukraine and cut off Putin from key technologies and funding around the world. ,” he said.
“That solidarity with Ukraine is stronger now than it was last year, and you will see concrete action to further isolate Russia and weaken its ability to wage a brutal war. Of course, this expression of solidarity is common to other key economic and security issues and challenges posed by the G7 leaders, the PRC (People’s Republic of They will demonstrate that we share an approach, which is based on common values,” Kirby said.
“We will rally around the need for bold action to accelerate the clean energy transition, including mapping President Biden’s economic agenda for G7 action to address the climate crisis and create good jobs. And present a concrete agenda for action to support developing countries around the world,” he said.
“That said, President Biden and the G7’s flagship infrastructure initiative, the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment, known as PGII, has attracted major investors to better respond to global demand for high-quality infrastructure financing,” Kirby said.
“We will reaffirm our commitment to helping institutions such as the World Bank grow so that they can more effectively address global challenges that directly affect its core mission of poverty reduction, including climate change. Now, the President will have the opportunity to meet with the Prime Minister. Minister Kishida, our mutual security, economic, multilateral They will discuss ways to further strengthen cooperation and look for ways to further strengthen our alliance with Japan,” he added.