Published: Wed, June 28, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Look forward to welcoming Ivanka Trump in India: PM Modi

Look forward to welcoming Ivanka Trump in India: PM Modi

The Congress on Tuesday said there was nothing significant about the meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump as joint statement only highlighted differences. But there were some tensions in the inaugural meeting between the two populist leaders.

He said Prime Minister Modi has announced major sustainability initiatives like "Clean India" and "Make in India" and asserted that The Netherlands is a key partner of India in a achieving its goal. Moverover, Hu said, "All in all, China, as India's neighbor, is always happy to see better US-India relations, because they could also benefit China". "Fighting terrorism and doing away with the safe shelters, sanctuaries, and safe havens will be an important part of our cooperation". He is a great Prime Minister. Although, it was the Indian side which put an end to the proposal for questions, it's very much possible that there was an easy meeting of minds Trump and Modi on this. "Among the proposals are joint naval patrols in the South China Sea, an idea India has so far rejected", the article says.

The piece said reporters were barred from asking questions even as there were important developments in the USA on the Supreme Court's partial nod to the travel ban and the possible impact of the repeal of Obamacare.

Noting that extensive economic and tax reforms launched in their respective countries will unlock huge economic opportunities for both countries, both leaders committed to further expanding and balancing the trade relationship and to removing obstacles to growth and jobs creation.

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"Thank you for ordering equipment from the US". The US president said that ties between India and the US have never been stronger and better. The first meeting was closely watched by one and all and all eyes were on the chemistry between Modi and the unpredictable Trump.

He also noted that 20 percent of India's export to Europe enters through The Netherlands.

President Trump also lauded PM Modi's efforts for launching the Goods and Services Tax (GST) describing it as the "largest tax overhaul in India's history". "On certain issues it was very detailed", he said, adding that there was a converging viewpoint of what is the problem and diagnose the problem. But the fact remains that both leaders like one-way interactions with the media.

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