Trump Modi Meet on 26 June

Prime Minister Modi will on June 26 hold talks with US President Donald Trump on a range of issues, like India’s concerns over possible changes in H1B visa rules and terrorism, in their first bilateral meeting after the Trump took over in the US.

The External Affairs Ministry in New Delhi said today that their meeting would provide a new direction for a deeper bilateral engagement “on issues of mutual interest and consolidation of multi-dimensional strategic partnership.”

In Washington, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump “looks forward” to his meeting with Modi on June 26 and discuss ways to strengthen the bilateral ties to “advance our common priorities: fighting terrorism, promoting economic growth and reforms, and expanding security cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region.”

“President Trump and Prime Minister Modi will look to outline a common vision for the US-India partnership that is worthy of their 1.6 billion citizens,” Spicer said.

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