USA would like nuclear deal with India to go forward


This year, the two countries are celebrating 70 years of the establishment of Indo-Dutch diplomatic relations.

Mr Gupta stressed that in his meeting with Mr Trump, PM Modi is sure to bring up South Asian stability, in particular USA policy toward Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet the US President Donald Trump on June 26 and the focus will be on some major issues such as H1B visa and defence deals.

At the invitation of Trump, the Prime Minister would spend several hours with the US President at the White House on Monday afternoon, which would end with a dinner later that night.

Neither the White House, nor the Trump family's commercial empire, has given permission for the rebranding of the village, still better known locally as Marora, the charity said.

"This (dinner) is a special gesture and it is appreciated", he said.

"We're still very much interested in seeing this deal move forward", the official told reporters.

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It said the U.S. is interested in providing India with the kind of defence technology it normally reserves for its closest allies, signalling the Trump administration's resolve to strengthen the bilateral defence relationship.

Prime Minister Modi is the second Indian Prime Minister to visit Portugal.

The two agreed that the two countries have a deep and growing strategic partnership and hope to work more closely on regional and global issues.

The executive order also called upon the Departments of Labour, Justice, Homeland Security, and the state to take action against fraud and abuse of the US' visa programmes.

"My USA visit is aimed at deepening ties between our nations".

Securing agreement on the purchase of the drones is seen in New Delhi as a key test of defence ties that flourished under former President Barack Obama but have drifted under Trump, who has courted Asian rival China as he seeks Beijing's help to contain North Korea's nuclear program.

Mr Gupta said Mr Trump and PM Modi can begin on the right foot by communicating their desire to advance the relationship to new heights.