This was followed by significantly productive bilateral session between President Biden and Prime Minister Modi along with their teams. A detailed 58-para joint statement was released with one of the most significant deliverables announced. These included, in areas of defense, education, skill development, clean energy, and h1-B visas amongst others. On the trade front both sides achieved major breakthroughs as both sides agreed to terminate six outstanding disputes at the World Trade Organization. Full text of the press release can be read here.
Following bilateral discussions, PM Modi addressed a historic joint session of the U.S. Congress for the second time. President Biden hosted a high-tech handshake roundtable at the White House, a State Dinner at the White House and on the last day of the visit, PM Modi was hosted by Vice President Kamala Harris and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken for a lunch which was followed by his iconic speech at the Kennedy Center hosted by USISPF.