President Biden arrived in New Delhi Friday for the G20 summit, where he'll meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in what the AP describes as an "unusual" setting: the prime minister's residence.
The two have had more than a dozen in-person or virtual engagements since 2021 as both look to tighten the US-India partnership amid shared major concerns, including an increasingly assertive China and monumental challenges posed by climate change, artificial intelligence, and global supply chain resilience.
Modi has heavily branded the summit as his own.
"This is not your typical bilateral visit to India with meetings taking place in the prime minister's office," White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters Thursday aboard Air Force One.
The two have had more than a dozen in-person or virtual engagements since 2021 as both look to tighten the US-India partnership amid shared major concerns.
Modi has pictures of himself posted along the highway from the airport, greeting G20 delegates with quotes about climate change, innovation, and India's unique role as an advocate for developing countries.
White House reporters traveling with Biden were denied access to the leaders' meeting.
A White House statement issued after the meeting reaffirmed US-India partnerships on several fronts, especially with regard to computer chips,
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