India also appreciated the United States designation of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddinas a Specially Designated Global Terrorist as evidence of the commitment of the United States to end terror in all its forms, a joint statement issued by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Donald, following delegation-level talks said.
As Modi sought to frame a more influential and prosperous India as a win-win for both countries, Trump said he looked forward to an economic and trade relationship that was "fair and reciprocal" to drive job growth in both countries.
Regarding Trump's "Make America great Again" campaign slogan, Modi stressed that his agenda for India was different, but added that the convergence of the U.S. president's campaign with his vision of "New India" will cater to new dimensions in cooperation. Trump said the countries would work to close the US trade deficit with India. Calling himself a "true friend" of India, Trump also announced to the world that he and Modi are "world leaders in social media".
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India's Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar, who accompanied Modi to the United States, confirmed the development saying, "Yes, President Trump has accepted PM's invitation to visit India".
India is now the world's fastest growing major economy, a status that Modi is hoping to cement by drawing in more foreign investment - in part by encouraging manufacturers to do business in Asia's third-largest economy. He noted that both nations "have agreed to enhance our cooperation in fighting against these scourges. Your accomplishments have been vast", Trump said.
"As we have a lot of startups and have demonstrated success, Israel has become attractive for investment in the cyber security space". Asked to choose between Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese Premiere Xi Jinping on who would inspire confidence when it comes to "doing the right thing regarding world affairs", the United States president ranked higher than the others.
The meeting brought together two nationalist leaders who have made efforts to boost their domestic manufacturing industry signature issues.
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Thanking the key European nation for backing India's MTCR membership, he said, "Because of your support India got the membership of the MTCR". Trump had his top Cabinet members at the dinner, including Defence Secretary James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and National Security Advisor Lt Gen H R McMaster.
Trump's was one of the strongest pro-India statements to come from an American president in recent history where there has never been a shortage of hyperbole in describing relations.
He said India has agreed to partner with the U.S.in the fight against radical Islamic terrorism. "And I believe she has accepted", Trump said. "And hope that you will give me the opportunity to welcome you and host you in India", Modi said. "...and we will sign them".
Ahead of the summit, Indian diplomats emphasized the commonalities Modi shares with Trump.
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The United States and India also participate in the VAJRA PRAHAR Special Forces exercise, the RED FLAG air force exercise, and YUDH ABHYAS army exercise, it added. Trump also called for the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear and ballistic programs to be "rapidly" tackled, and thanked Modi for "joining us in applying new sanctions against Pyongyang".
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