Washington: US First Girl Melania Trump will join President Donald Trump to invite the Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the White Home on Tuesday (7:30 pm GMT).
Modi, who gotten here in Washington DC on Saturday night at the invitation of the US President, is scheduled to spend more than 4 hours at the White House.After being gotten by Trump and the First Woman in the South Portico of the White House, the 2 leaders are expected to have an one-on-one meeting in the Oval Workplace. This potential Modi’s 3rd conference with an US President inside the Oval Workplace, the first 2 being with Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama in September of 2014 and June 2016. File image of US president Donald Trump and first woman Melania Trump. AP Thereafter the two leaders would be joined by their particular delegations in the adjacent Cabinet Room.The US side is likely to be
represented by Vice President Mike Pence, Defence Secretary James Mattis, Secretary of
State Rex Tillerson and National Security Advisor Lieutenant Gen HR McMaster.The prime minister is anticipated to be joined amongst others by
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar and the Indian Ambassador to the US, Navtej Sarna.Thereafter Modi and Trump would head to the Rose Garden to make joint remarks to a large battery of from the traditional American media, a group of foreign journalists and the taking a trip Indian media.In their remarks, the two leaders are anticipated to lay their visions for the India-US relationship.According to a senior White Home official, the two leaders are not expected to take any concerns. This may alter. A joint India-US declaration is also most likely to be issued.After their media interaction, Trump signed up with by the First Woman would host the Prime Minister and the checking out Indian delegation for a supper in the historic Blue Room of the
White Home. Modi would leave the White House later in the night with both the First Girl and Trump taking part in the departure ceremony.According to Mark Knoller, White Home Reporter for CBS News, Modi is the 28th foreign leader to be received by Trump at the White Home. Counting overseas, Trump has so far met 47 world leaders. But this is for the very first time that Trump has actually hosted a foreign leader for a dinner at the White House.Modi’s first trip to the US under the Trump administration begins the heels of a number of top-level gos to between the 2 countries. Minister of State for Petroleum & Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan visited Houston and Washington DC in March and met United States Energy Secretary Rick Perry.Finance Minister Arun Jaitley checked out the US in April for the annual Spring meeting of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank and met his US counterpart.
National Security Advisor Ajit K Doval and Foreign Secretary Jaishankar have checked out the United States in March and engaged with a large cross-section of leading United States policymakers. From the United States side, McMaster visited India in April.Published Date: Jun 26, 2017 08:59 pm|Upgraded Date: Jun 26, 2017 08:59 pm