Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi arrived in The United States on Thursday to attend the fourth Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) to be held from 31 March to April 1, In this Event meet 53 countries and four international organisations would share their assessments of the threat of nuclear terrorism at the working dinner. This is Modi’s third visit to the US and second to Washington since becoming Prime Minister in 2014. PM Modi is attending the Nuclear Security Summit for the first time, He expected to lay out his vision of securing nuclear weapons and nuclear Materials. Modi is scheduled to hold a meeting with John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand later today and meet with scientists from Laser Interferometer Gravitational wave Observatory (LIGO).
Even as he has no public engagement with the Indian-American community, which has been a trademark of his overseas trips, a large number of Indian Americans from in and around Washington said they would be standing outside his hotel, despite tight security, to get a glimpse of Mr. Modi.
PM Modi will be attending the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington on Thursday and Friday and from there he will travel to Saudi Arabia on a two-day visit with a focus on boosting energy and security cooperation.
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