PM modi holds telephonic conversation with US president Trump

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="660"] Pm modi-Trump (file photo)[/caption]

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Trump spoke on the phone on Tuesday. Several important issues were discussed between the two leaders, including the India-China border dispute and the G-7. Trump invited Modi to attend the next G-7 summit.

Modi tweeted, "I had a warm talk with my friend Donald Trump. We talked about the presidency of the G-7 Summit on their plans and the issue of Corona. Strong ties between India and the US will be important to the world after Corona. "Modi expressed happiness over the suggestion of India being included in the G-7.

The PMO said that talks were held between the Prime Minister and the US President." During this, there was a glimpse of friendly relations and mutual respect between the two countries. President Trump expressed a desire to expand the scope of the G-7. He expressed his desire to include some other important countries, including India, in its current member countries. Prime Minister Modi praised Trump's visionary thinking. He said that India would be happy to work with the US and other countries to make this summit a success.
The G-7 is a group of countries with seven large economies. This includes France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan, Britain and the United States. It is also called the Group of Seven. All these countries meet every year to discuss matters of mutual interest.