Donald Trump Articulates His Interest Towards Working With India
In a response to the criticism of his desire to improve relations with Moscow, Donald Trump said that working with countries like India, Russia, and China is a good, not bad thing
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The 45th president of the United States of America, Donald Trump, in a joint white house news conference, voiced his opinion in favor of bilateralism. He told the reporters that “Working with countries, whether it's Russia or China or India, or any of the countries that surround this world and encompass this world, is a very good thing. That's not a bad thing.” Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg was also present at the joint white house news conference.
In a response to the criticism of his desire to improve relations with Moscow, Donald Trump said that working with countries like India, Russia, and China is a good, not bad thing.
Following last week’s reports in pertinence with the H-1b visa regulations, this news provides additional respite for nearly a million Indians who are currently working in the United States on the work visa.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to have his third interaction, in the previous 12 months, with Trump at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland later this month.
Trump has previously extolled Modi’s work when he said, “Prime Minister Modi has been working to bring that vast country and all of its people as one. And he has been working at it very successfully indeed.” The two world leaders are known to share good diplomatic ties.
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