On 28th Sept 2015 during America tour, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Barack Obama, the Prime Minister of United States in New York City. He also met Mr. Francois Hollande, the President of France and the Prime Minister of United States, Mr. David Cameron. The major concerns of this meeting were: climate change, security, terrorism, reform of the United Nations Security Council and India’s desire for the membership of four export control regimes.

Both get agreed to achieve goals in this commitment. Mr. Narendra Modi wants India to become a permanent seat member of the UN Security Council, for that he also discussed various concerned issues.

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the leaders of the three countries: France, Britain and United States discussed about India’s desire to become a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) and four export control regimes. Mr. Modi thanked President Barack Obama for his support of India in joining export control regimes. He said that he valued his vision and commitment for the deep relations between two nations.

 Mr. Modi stated that India had probed permission to announce its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) on October 2nd, Gandhi Jayanti. Although, the deadline for this mission is October 1st.  The prime minister believes that along with the emission caps, we should give emphasis on providing funds and technology for clean energy in the developing countries. For this, India has been making great effort to target the production of 175 Giga Watts renewable energies.

 PM meeting with leaders of the three countries is termed as powerful Monday meeting. He said that “Make In India” is an important mission to India. For that, Mr. Modi has invited Britain to become a part of Make in India Program.


For the business startup in India, seven agreements were made between India and various organizations of the United States of America. Mr. Modi has signed an agreement to become a part of the Indian UAS Start Up Konnect 2015.

Unbelievable vibrancy & enthusiasm at India-US start-up Konnect. Start-ups are natural engines of growth & are key to…

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The first agreement was between The Centre For Cellular and Molecular Platform and California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences. The main concern of this agreement was to establish Indo -US Life Science Sister Innovation Hub. This will also enhance the science based education, development, commercialization and research in India.

 PM Modi’s Joint Press Brief with President Barack Obama:

On 28 September 2015, Indian PM Modi and President Barack Obama joined together at a joint press event held in New York.  PM Modi addressed President Barack Obama on various concerns. He spoke about the Partnership of India and United States of America  and said that this mutual cooperation of the two countries has its importance in itself. He stated that there are many factors for this driving force like innovation, youth, technology and the mutual approach of both countries towards advancing human progress. Both nations have contributed their efforts in support of each other. According to him, when he see California, it reminds him the fact that the United States and India are part of the dynamic Asia Pacific Region.

 With this international partnership and mutual cooperation, both nations have achieved significant progress. Both countries set ambitious goals to meet the aspiration of humanity and development. We have shared long time commitment for various causes like climate change, innovation, technology, sustainable development and its goals & conserving nature.

The economic partnership is very important for the long term bonds. Mr. Modi stated that we had excellent meetings with the top notch business leaders of San Jose and New York. They have such a confidence in my nation. I respect their suggestions, values and feedbacks. It will surely result in fruitful development.

 India and United States of America have shared the bilateral partnership in the energy sector, focusing on the efficiency and the sources of renewable energy.

He was thankful to President Obama for his positive response towards global public partnership as it can result in developing affordable, accessible and clean energy sources. These will get utilized all over the world as Renewable Clean energy Sources. If both countries will work together on a common goal, then it will become easier to achieve the target. We can develop efficient mechanisms to make the clean energy plan accessible and affordable in the world.

 Our last and present meetings demonstrate the diversity of our relationship.  It is very productive to advance immediate priorities and our broader strategic partnership. With this, we will continue to work on the bilateral framework of Bilateral Investment Treaty, Totalization Agreement and economic cooperation.

 The partnership of both countries addresses a wide range of security and strategic  concerns. He admired the development in giving shape to Pacific and Indian Ocean Regions and Joint Strategic Vision on Asia.  It will strengthen the maritime security cooperation.

 PM, Modi said, “ I appreciate the continued support of U.S. For the membership of India in the International export Control Regimes. I promise to complete the reform process in a fixed time span.” He said, “ I am looking forward to work with U.S. for the early membership of India in Asian Pacific Economic Community.”