After Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump have addressed the Indian diaspora in Houston on September 22, the two leaders will move to New York to hold a bilateral summit , possibly on September 24 to further deepen ties between two largest democracies in the World.
President Trump is in New York between September 23 and 25 for the Climate Action conference and the UNGA. He is also slated to have an engagement with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in New York.
According to government officials, PM Modi and President Donald Trump will use this opportunity to discuss bilateral trade issues, the international security environment in wake of drone attack on Saudi Arabia, and ways to further enhance defence cooperation between the two countries. Read More