India and US will hold bilateral meet

PM Modi and President Trump will move to New York to hold a bilateral summit, possibly on 24th September to further deepen ties between two largest democracies in the World After they have addressed the Indian diaspora in Houston on 22nd September.

President Trump is in New York between 23 – 25 September for the Climate Action conference and the UNGA. He will also have an engagement with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in New York.

New Delhi will be offering President Trump evidence of Pakistan supported terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and even Afghanistan while he is expected to ask India to lower the temperature on the Line of Control with Pakistan.

The two leaders will be discussing the stability of Afghanistan. India is towards a political solution in Afghanistan that has support of all sections of Afghan people.

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