Donald Trump- Narendra Modi peace agenda

Washington: Narendra Modi and Donald Trump have agreed to increase peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region by coming up with a new two-by-two ministerial dialogue, which would go a long way in elevating their strategic consultations.

Trump interacted with Modi few days back welcoming the first-ever shipment of American crude oil to India.

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US President pledged that the US would continue to be a long-term supplier of energy to India.

Being a leaders of two of the world’s biggest and fastest-growing major economies, both leaders are quite eager for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in India in November 2017.

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It is worthwhile mentioning that US President had recently warned North Korea that it would face “fire and fury” if it attacked the US.


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