Confident that my visit would present India as a vibrant land of opportunity: Prime Minister Narendra Modi before his trip to the USA. UU.

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi On Friday he said his visit to the United States from September 21 to 27 would present India as a vibrant land of opportunities.

I am sure that my visit would present India as a vibrant land of opportunities, a reliable partner and a global leader, and will also help impart new energy to our relations with the United States, the prime minister said.

Prime Minister Narendra is scheduled to embark on a seven-day visit to the US. UU., Where he will be seen interacting with the CEOs of the main energy companies in Houston before his speech at the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

Full text of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement on his US trip

In the first leg of the trip, the Prime Minister will hold talks with the energy companies to further strengthen the energy partnership between India and the United States.

Energy has become a new area of ​​mutually beneficial cooperation and is rapidly becoming an important facet of our bilateral relationship, the prime minister said in the statement.

Prime Minister Modi will address the Indian-American community and their elected representatives in Houston at the 'Modi' event, which will also be attended by the president of the United States, Donald Trump.

His (Indian-American) success in various fields, his contribution to the United States in various areas of life, his strong ties with India and his role as a living bridge between our two democracies is a source of pride for us, said the first Minister. said.

The Prime Minister will go to New York to participate in several important events at the United Nations.

At the UN, the prime minister is expected to highlight a still fragile global economy, turbulence and tensions in many parts of the world, the growth and spread of terrorism, climate change and the endemic global challenge of poverty.

I will reiterate our commitment to reformed multilateralism, which is receptive, effective and inclusive, and in which India plays its due role, he said.

On September 23, the Prime Minister will attend the Climate Action Summit. I will highlight India's robust action to address climate change in line with global objectives and our international commitments, the prime minister said.

The prime minister also plans to hold several bilateral meetings with the leaders of other countries outside the UNGA. For the first time, with the objective of promoting South-South cooperation, India will maintain leadership-level interactions with the leaders of the Pacific Island States and the CARICOM group leaders.

The prime minister stressed the important role that his visit will play in improving ties with the United States.

Working together, we can contribute to building a more peaceful, stable, safe, sustainable and prosperous world, the prime minister said.

Prime Minister Modi will also address the opening plenary session of the Bloomberg Global Trade Forum and where he is likely to invite American business leaders to participate more actively in the growth and economic transformation of India.