India has repeatedly stressed that its decision to abrogate Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir is entirely a matter of its internal affairs. Pakistan, on the other hand, has tried making an issue out of it on the international platform, but to little avail.
Trump attended the summit even though the US pulled out of the accord in 2017, saying, "The Paris accord will undermine (the US) economy and will put (the US) at a permanent disadvantage." He, however, did not deliver the speech at the summit.
The meeting comes a day after the US President had shared the same dais with the Indian Prime Minister to address nearly 50,000 Indian-Americans and Hindu-Americans 'Howdy, Mody!' event in Houston.
"Pakistan by joining the US after 9/11 committed one of the biggest blunders. 70,000 Pakistanis died in this. Some economists say we had 150 billion, some say 200 billion loss to the economy," said Khan.
United States President Donald Trump expresses his gratitude to Indian Americans in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Howdy Modi.
Addressing a mega-event at NRG stadium in Texas, the Prime Minister received a warm welcome by the Indian-American community.
Before departing for New York, Modi shared the stage with US President Donald Trump to address a 50,000 plus audience at the 'Howdy, Mody!' event in Houston.
Prime Minister Modi, who addressed a large gathering of Indian-American community at the `Howdy, Modi!' event here in the presence of Trump, said that the message from the event will give rise to new opportunities in the 21st century.
Modi, who addressed a large gathering of Indian-American community here in the presence of US President Donald Trump, read the lines soon after he had made a veiled attack on Pakistan over its support to cross-border terrorism.
The leader made the comments while addressing the mega community summit which is being held in his honour.