20 September, New Delhi The ceremonies for India’s Republic Day on January 26 will take place in the nation’s capital, and US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti announced on Wednesday that US President Joe Biden has been invited.
In a side conversation during their recent bilateral meeting at the G20 Summit, Garcetti said that PM Modi extended the offer to Biden.
Additionally, the seventh and final unresolved World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute was resolved during this by India and the US.
Notably, during PM Modi’s state visit to the US, the six prior disagreements were settled.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted United States President Joseph R. Biden, Jr., in India today and reaffirmed the two countries’ strong and long-standing relationship. The joint India-US statement read: “The leaders conveyed their appreciation for the significant progress being made to put into practice the ground-breaking accomplishments of Prime Minister Modi’s historic June 2023 visit to Washington.
The two leaders urged their countries’ governments to keep evolving the India-US Strategic Partnership in line with all aspects of our complex global agenda, based on mutual respect and trust.
Following the meeting, both leaders praised India-US ties and declared that their partnership would continue to play a significant role in advancing the interests of the world.
India presided over the G20 Summit, which took place in New Delhi from September 9 to 10.
Notably, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the president of Egypt, was the special guest during this year’s Republic Day parade. Barack Obama made history in 2015 when he was invited as the chief guest at India’s Republic Day parade.