PM In US: Modi-Trump Talks Will Favour Only The United States, Says Akhilesh Yadav
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday departed for a week-long visit to the United States with an aim to boost bilateral ties and present India as "a vibrant land of opportunities".
Yadav further said that the US is wooing India because of its ongoing trade war with China. "US faces threats on the economic front from China. This is the reason why it is appeasing the next biggest market in the world which is India," he said. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday departed for a week-long visit to the United States with an aim to boost bilateral ties and present India as "a vibrant land of opportunities".
"I look forward to meeting President Trump in Houston and New York in a span of a few days. We will review our bilateral relations in order to bring even more benefits to our two nations and peoples. The US is a vital partner for our national development, with rich possibilities of partnership in education, skills, research, technology and innovation, and an enabler for India in economic growth and national security," Modi had said.
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