PM Narendra Modi and President Obama address Joint Press Conference

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Post their meeting at the Oval Office in White House Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama addressed a joint press conference.

Both the leaders briefed the media about what they discussed in the meeting and how they plan to take the shape the relationship between two countries.

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[PM Narendra Modi arrives at White House]

President Barack Obama after meeting:

I have fond memories of India, when I took part in Republic Day.

We discussed progress made on nuclear civil cooperation.

We discussed regional security issues, we wish to work together on cyber security.

India is a young country and we are aware of the talent it has. We will continue to work together in the future too.

India and US are the largest democracies in the world. Our wider cooperation will be helpful for developing countries of the world.

PM Narendra Modi after meeting:

Want to thank my close friend President Obama, we discussed a range of issues. Also thank US Congress for inviting me.

We are working shoulder to shoulder, we are proud. Will continue working together.

India is a young country, over 800 million of Indians below age of 35. Our youth power in partnership with US will serve mankind.

Will meet again in G20, will fulfill dream of climate justice. Our friend Obama extended support to MTCR and NSG, will always be grateful.

India has made a name for itself as fastest growing economy in the world. Will work together for world's peace and security.

I am thankful for the help and support that my friend Barack Obama has extended with regard to membership in MTCR and NSG.

India and the US have been cooperating on global issues such as nuclear security, global warming and terrorism.

India is a young nation. India and the US can work together to use this talent and youth power for the welfare of world.

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