US President Donald Trump has welcomed PM Narendra Modi to visit the United States not long from now.
WASHINGTON: The relationship between the US and India will keep on growing more grounded under President Donald Trump, a top White House official has said. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s remark came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the new US President had a telephonic discussion a week ago.
Mr Spicer said that the two pioneers had “an incredible discussion” a week ago. “They had an extraordinary discussion a few days ago and the relationship between the two nations will keep on growing more grounded in this nation,” Mr Spicer told journalists at his day by day news meeting yesterday.
Be that as it may, the White House official did not react to a question on extension of the UN Security Council situate when gotten some information about past president Barack Obama’s support for India as a perpetual individual from the 15-part body.
“I’m not going to get any further as for seats on the Security Council,” Mr Spicer said.
The two pioneers had a telephonic discussion a week ago amid which President Trump welcomed PM Modi to visit the United States not long from now.