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US NSA Jack Sullivan on India visit, will meet PM Modi | Live Updates, Unveiling the Latest India News Trends

US National Security Advisor (NSA) Jack Sullivan will visit India on Monday i.e. today, after Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister for the third consecutive time. He will be accompanied by Deputy Secretary of State Kurt Campbell and other top officials. Sullivan will attend the second meeting of the Institute for Critical and Emerging Technologies (ICET) in New Delhi. Meanwhile, he will meet PM Modi and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. At the same time, Sullivan is also scheduled to meet his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval.

Sullivan was originally scheduled to visit India in February, but this was not possible due to US commitments. Therefore, the annual review meeting was rescheduled for June 17-18. After this meeting, both countries will issue a joint statement, emphasizing the progress and importance of the ICET mechanism. The situation in West Asia is also expected to be discussed during the bilateral talks.

Sullivan will come directly to India from Switzerland

Sullivan spoke to reporters at the Ukraine Peace Summit organized by Switzerland in Bergenstock on Sunday. Meanwhile, he said that he will go directly to India from Switzerland for the second meeting of the ICET initiative. Earlier on June 6, US President Joe Biden congratulated PM Modi on his victory in the Lok Sabha elections. The White House has given this information by issuing a statement.

Global strategic partnership will deepen

President Joe Biden congratulated Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his victory, the White House said in a statement. The two leaders emphasized their commitment to deepening the US-India comprehensive and global strategic partnership. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan's upcoming visit to New Delhi to engage the new administration on joint US-India priorities, including a trusted, strategic technology partnership, was also discussed.