Biden: Air India-Boeing deal: PM Modi talks to US president Joe Biden, hails deepening ties | India News

NEW DELHI: After Indian Airlines signed a multi-billion dollar deal with the US company Boeing airplanes To buy 220 planes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called the US President Joe Biden on Tuesday to express his satisfaction at the deepening India-US ties.

The leaders welcomed the landmark agreement between Air India and Boeing as a shining example of mutually beneficial cooperation and agreed to promote vibrant and mutually beneficial people-to-people relations between the two countries.
Prime Minister Modi And Biden also agreed to stay in touch during India’s ongoing G20 Presidency to ensure its success.
Highlighting the expanding civil aviation sector in India, Prime Minister Modi also invited Boeing and other US companies to take advantage of opportunities in the country.

The two leaders also welcomed the first meeting of the initiative on Critical and Emerging Technologies (iCET) recently held in Washington DC and expressed their wish to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the field of aviation. space, semiconductor, defense and other fields.
Earlier in the day, President Biden hailed the “historic agreement” between Air India and Boeing that “will support more than a million American jobs across 44 states and many will not require a college degree.” 4 years”.
(With input from agencies)


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