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China's keen eye on Trump-Modi talks, invitation for G-7 with discussion on strategic security

The India Print 2020-06-03 12:50:04

 The conference period of US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is being considered very important between the India-China border conflict. Several implications of Trump and Modi's talks are being drawn between the ongoing racial violence in America. The two leaders discussed the expansion of G-7, an organization of developed countries with strategic security. Trump invited Modi to enter the G7. On this occasion, President Trump told Modi that he was giving 100 ventilator gifts to India. He said that I am very happy about it. The President said that its first batch would depart next week. In one of his tweets after the talk, he once again described Modi as a good friend of his.

Trump keeps a close watch on Modi talks 

The special thing is that the talks between the two leaders are being held at a time when the border conflict between India and China is at its peak. It is being claimed that Beijing is mobilizing forces along the border with India. There is a tense atmosphere between the soldiers of the armies of the two countries. In such a situation, Trump and Modi's talks are considered important. China also keeps a close watch on this dialogue. However, the details of the talks between the two leaders have not been revealed. However, it has been said that the two leaders also discussed the China border dispute. 

The first batch of 100 ventilators donated next week 

The US is preparing to send the first batch of 100 donated ventilators to India next week. President Donald Trump gave this information to Prime Minister Modi over the phone. He said that I am happy that this will bring friendship and deepening between the two countries. President Trump said on the phone that America is giving a gift of ventilator to India for the sake of friends. Trump said that its first shipment would depart next week.

Prime Minister Modi tweeted

Earlier Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a tweet that he had a meaningful conversation with friend Trump on the phone. We discussed them with G7, Corona epidemic and other topics. Modi further stated that President Trump had expressed a desire to expand the scope of the G-7 group. He said that Trump expressed his desire to include other important countries including India beyond the current membership. The Prime Minister's Office said in a statement that in this context, he invited Prime Minister Modi to participate in the next G-7 summit to be held in the USA. Prime Minister Modi said that India would be happy to work with the US and other countries to ensure the success of the proposed summit. Expressing concern over the ongoing violence in the US, Modi expressed his best wishes for an early resolution of the situation.