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Day after ‘Howdy Modi’ event, Donald Trump will meet Pakistan PM Imran Khan

Donald Trump and Modi will address more than 50,000 Indians at the ‘Howdy Modi’ event. Trump will address the UNGA session on Tuesday, September 24. 


Washington| In a major twist, US President Donald Trump is all set to meet the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Monday- a day before he meets PM Modi. According to reports, Trump will meet Imran Khan on Monday 23 September. He will meet PM Modi on Tuesday 24 September. However, the former will join PM Modi on the stage of the Howdy Modi event planned in Houston. The event is planned on Sunday, September 22.

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A senior Trump administration official confirmed that Trump-Modi would meet in New York after that. Trump is expected to arrive in New York by Sunday night. Meanwhile, the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly will also take place.

Donald Trump and Modi will address more than 50,000 Indians at the ‘Howdy Modi’ event. Trump will then travel to Ohio, where he will meet Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Trump will address the United Nations General Assembly session on Tuesday, September 24. After this he will meet leaders of many countries including Poland, New Zealand, Singapore, Egypt and South Korea.

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The fourth meeting between Modi and Trump

According to the official, this will be the fourth meeting between Modi and Trump between June and September. The meeting in New York is considered important for the India-US bilateral relationship.

The two leaders will discuss bilateral, global and regional issues. This includes issues such as bilateral trade differences, defence and energy prospects and the process of restoring peace in Afghanistan.

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