A White House visit would signal a more business like meeting rather than a bonding session, unless Trump takes him on a jaunt around the U.S. capital like former President Barack Obama had during Modi's first visit to the USA as Prime Minister.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to meet United States President Donald Trump on June 25-26.
During the meeting (with Power Minister), "we discussed important issues like power generation and transmission and improvements in the supply of adequate power to the state", Adityanath tweeted.
The US President had recently withdrawn the US from the landmark Paris climate agreement, saying the climate deal unfairly benefited countries like India and China, and that "India makes its participation contingent on receiving billions and billions of dollars in foreign aid from developed countries". The two leaders have spoken over phone at least thrice since the latter assumed office. The discussion will provide a new direction for deeper bilateral engagement on issues of mutual interest.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the G-20 summit in Hamburg on July 7-8.
"The two leaders will look to outline a common vision for the partnership that's worthy of India's 1.6 billion citizens".
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Apart from ways to enhance trade and business cooperation, the two leaders are expected to discuss defence ties. #President Trump called India "a true friend and partner in addressing challenges around the world".
"India didn't sign the Paris climate deal under pressure or greed for money".
US Defence Secretary James Mattis has already made it clear that his country recognises India as a major defence "partner partly out of respect" for New Delhi's "indispensable role" in maintaining stability in the Indian Ocean region. In April this year, President Trump signed an executive order that introduced changes to the H-1B visas.
Trump's review of a visa programme under which thousands of skilled Indian workers go to the United States is also a top concern for India.