President Barack Obama will kick off his week Monday by hosting the Denver Broncos, champions of Super Bowl 50.

But the highlight of his week will be a visit Tuesday by Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India, which highlights the deepening of the U.S.-India relationship in key areas since the president’s visit to New Delhi in January 2015, the White House said.

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi

“Among the issues that the president looks forward to discussing are progress made on climate change, clean energy partnerships, security and defense cooperation and economic growth priorities,” said Jennifer Friedman, deputy press secretary at the White House.

Following the prime minister’s visit, Obama will travel on Wednesday to New York City, where he will attend fundraisers for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and the Democratic National Committee.

On Thursday, the president will host a reception at the White House in recognition of LGBT Pride month. And on Friday, Obama will attend meetings at the White House.