Prime Minister Modi Meets U.S. Congressional Delegation, Appreciates Their Role in Deepening India-U.S. Friendship
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (center) in a group photo with the United States Congressional Delegation, in New Delhi on Nov. 13. (ANI photo)
NEW DELHI – Prime Minister Narendra Modi Nov. 13 met a U.S. Congressional delegation here and appreciated the support and constructive role of the U.S. Congress in deepening the India-U.S. partnership.
“Met a US Congressional delegation led by Senator @JohnCornyn and consisting of Senators @MikeCrapo, @SenTuberville, @SenMikeLee and Congressmen @RepTonyGonzales, @RepEllzey. Appreciated the support and constructive role of the US Congress for deepening the India-US partnership,” Modi tweeted. The delegation was led by Senator John Cornyn and comprised of Senator Mike Crapo, Senator Tommy Tuberville, Senator Mike Lee, Rep. Tony Gonzales and Rep. Jake Ellzey.
Earlier, Modi also met the president of the World Economic Forum, Borge Brende, and highlighted India’s efforts towards strengthening the fight against COVID-19 and the economic reforms undertaken in the country.