PM Modi & Donald Trump’s Telephonic Talk, Improvement in WHO & Situation of China Border Discussed
New Delhi : There was a telephonic conversation between the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump a while ago. According to the Prime Minister’s Office, the two leaders held talks on the India-China dispute and the issue of changes in the World Health Organization. Along with this, the two also discussed the steps taken by the two countries to protect against the global disease Coronavirus. During this time, Trump also invited Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi to the G7 countries conference to be held in America.
The press release issued by PIB states that the two leaders discussed several issues. Including the India and China dispute. Earlier Donald Trump has also talked about mediation between India and China on this issue. Apart from this, the issue related to changes in the existing structure of the World Health Organization has also been discussed between the two leaders.
Invited to Join G7
In a telephonic conversation, Trump stressed the need for expansion in the organization of the G7 countries. Trump said that countries like India also need to be included in this organization. During this time, Trump also invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the G7 countries meeting to be held in the US. During this period, Prime Minister Modi praised Trump for his far-sighted decisions. He said that there is a need to expand into such organizations in post-COVID world. Accepting the invitation of Trump, PM Modi said that India will be very happy to work together with America.
Discussion on American Riots
In a conversation with Trump, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed concern over the ongoing riots in the US and wished an early resolution of the problem. On this occasion, Trump also remembered his visit to India this year. Prime Minister Modi said that the visit was very memorable and in many ways historic.