US President Donald Trump”invited” Prime Minister Narendra Modi to enhance relations with Pakistan and meet his promise to enhance the lives of the Kashmiri people, as reported by a readout issued from the White House of this bilateral meeting between the two leaders.
Their 40-minute discussion largely focussed to the bilateral trade and problems associated with terrorism emanating from Pakistan.
The President noted great progress on security and defence alliance, the readout said.
“Additionally, the President invited Prime Minister Modi to boost connections with Pakistan and meet his promise to enhance the lives of the Kashmiri people,” it added.
India’s action evoked strong responses from Pakistan which downgraded diplomatic ties with New Delhi and minding the Indian Ambassador.
Pakistan was trying to internationalise the Kashmir problem but India has claimed that the abrogation of Article 370 has been its”internal matter”.
Both leaders also voiced worries regarding the situation in Afghanistan and shared thoughts on how best to work together to promote prosperity and security in the nation, ” it said.
Both leaders discussed progress on distinct facets of their strategic partnership and also forthcoming opportunities to make sure it stays powerful, it included.
Trump reaffirmed the significance of greatly increasing commerce between the united states and India, also emphasized the need for”resolving obstacles to free, honest, and mutual commerce, including improving United States firms’ market access in India,” it stated.
The assembly between Trump and Modi includes two weeks after they met on Sunday at Houston and shared the point ‘Howdy, Modi’ gala occasion where they exhibited a close friendship and a frequent vision on combating terrorism.