He added"With your leadership, with the transformative policies that you and this administration are implementing together with the public sector and private sector and with that community aspect that defines everything that is part of India's rise right now."
The US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) is hosting the workshop. US Ambassador to India Eric Garcetti and Department of Telecommunications Secretary K Rajaraman kicked off the workshop with over 150 senior Indian and US government and private sector participants.
The event is being attended by leading industry experts and officials to exchange information on approaches, solutions and applications of 5G and next-generation networks in India and highlight new opportunities for US-India technical and commercial cooperation in the sector and expand strategic technology partnership, an important element of the US-India initiative on Critical and Emerging Technology (iCET).
Garcetti said 5G is an important part of the United States' and India's shared efforts to build a resilient economy for now and for the future.
Speaking on the upcoming visit of PM Modi to the US, he talked about technology cooperation between the two countries.
"Our National Security Advisor is in preparation for the visit of the Prime Minister for a State visit next month to Washington,DC - collaborating intensely around critical emerging technologies...It's technology that connects, protects and detects. We know that the backbone of this is 5G."
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