Washington: When Indian Prime Minister is in the 3-Nation visit starting from USA, he has been recognised by US dignitaries following his leadership and thoughts that shared for the world. He will observe ‘roll out a red- carpet welcome’ as well as he will be the world’s first political Leader to have dinner in White House with US President Donald Trump.
White House officials have already shown great excitement when world’s two emerging leaders will have dinner on single table. It is the first dinner for a foreign dignitary at the White House under this administration.
On Monday, both leaders had long hours talk including one-o- one, delegation level, a reception and conclude with a working dinner. Followed by press conference, they moved to cocktail reception. In the interactions, they discussed various critical issues between two nations and were keen to bring solution as fast as possible.
During the meetings, the American side would be represented by top leaders including the Vice President Mike Pence, the National Security Advisor, Lt. Gen. H R McMaster, and the Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, Defense Secretary James Mattis, the Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, and the Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
Modi’s US visit will bring the strength in Indo-US strategic partnership which Trump strongly recommends to promote stability and security in the Asia Pacific region and globally. The common priorities observed between two nations are fighting terrorism, promoting economic growth and prosperity.
US strongly believes that India should be aided with amenities in its defence which makes it the strong nation in Asia Pacific as India is now closer to US than any other time.
India’s last year visit at US was extremely fruitful as both nations signed major defence deals. These steps will reinforce the strategic partnership, and it allows their armed forces to cooperate more closely and improve their interaction with one another.
Today, nearly four million Indian-Americans are in the United States, and more than 166,000 Indian students are studying in the US, contributing USD 5 billion in economic activity and supporting an estimated 64,000 American jobs, the official said.