‘We will soon have a trade deal with India,’ says Trump at meeting with PM Modi (VIDEO)
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump met in New York on Tuesday, on the sidelines of UN General Assembly.
The meeting comes two days after both leaders addressing Indian diaspora in Houston.
The bilateral meeting began at 12:15 pm local time or 9:45 pm IST at the UN HQ where Trump spoke at the UN General Debate.
Addressing the mediapersons after bilateral meet, Trump said that India and US will soon have a trade deal.
— Newsroom Post (@NewsroomPostCom) September 24, 2019
When press asked Trump, ‘how do you see the statement coming from Pakistani PM admitting that the Pakistani ISI trained Al Qaeda?’, he said that ‘PM Modi will take care of it’.
#WATCH New York: US President Donald Trump says, “…The Prime Minister (PM Modi) will take care of it” when asked ‘how do you see the statement coming from Pakistani PM admitting that the Pakistani ISI trained Al Qaeda?’ pic.twitter.com/xex80Hg5aH
— ANI (@ANI) September 24, 2019