President Donald Trump said Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a conference call, the White House said the US would be able to send the first tranche of 100 donated ventilators to India by next week.
Trump addressed the G-7 (Summit), the COVID 19 answer and global security concerns with Modi on Tuesday, and “both leaders answered it.” It added.
“The president was happy to confirm the United States will be prepared to send India next week with the first tranche of 100 donated fans,” the White House said in a re-read of the message.
His plan for the US presidency of G7, the pandemic of COVID 19 and many other matters have been discussed.
“The richness and depth of India-US consultations will remain an important pillar of the post-COVID global architecture,” Modi tweeted.
Trump spoke about the presidency of the Community of Seven in the United States, and shared his intention to expand the group’s reach to include other important countries like India, outside current participation.
“In that sense, the Prime Minister ‘s Office (PMO) said he welcomed Prime Minister Modi to participate in the upcoming G-7 Summit to be held in the United States.
Choose Trump to understand that this expanded platform is in line with the changing dynamics of the post-COVID environment, with his innovative yet far-sawed strategy.
Prime Minister Modi said India will be happy to work with the United States and others to ensure that the upcoming Summit is a success, the PMO stated.
Modi expressed his concern about ongoing civil turmoil in the United States and expressed his best wishes for an early settlement.
“Two leaders also address the situation at India’s-Chinese border and need for change within the World Health Organisation,” said the PMO in a statement on other issues such as the COVID-19 crisis in both nations.
In February of this year, Trump warmly recalled his visit to India.
“Modi said that the visit had been memorable and historic on many accounts, and had also added new dynamism to the bilateral relationship,” the statement said.
The exceptional warmth and candor of this conversation was a reflection of the specific nature and the friendship between the two leaders. Indo-US relationships