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World Trump Planning First India Visit in February, Official Says

12:51  14 january  2020
12:51  14 january  2020 Source:   bloomberg.com

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Trump Planning First India Visit in February , Official Says . The visit will come as India faces the slowest economic growth since 2009 and rising social unrest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, which has been pushing its Hindu nationalist agenda through new laws that are widely

The United States and India are in touch to work out mutually convenient dates for the visit , according to Bloomberg. Jan 14 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump is planning his first visit to India next month, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing a senior Indian government official .

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(Bloomberg) -- U.S. President Donald Trump is planning his maiden India visit in February, an official said, in a trip that may coincide with an impeachment trial that is likely to get underway in Washington next week.

The two countries are in touch to work out mutually convenient dates for the visit, according to a senior Indian government official, who asked not to be identified citing rules.

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U.S. President Donald Trump is planning his first visit to India next month, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing a senior Indian government official . The United States and India are in touch to work out mutually convenient dates for the visit , according to Bloomberg.

Trump ’s first state visit to India is expected to take place sometime in February but the timing of his trip will depend on the duration and outcome of ongoing “Both sides are in touch to work out mutually convenient dates for the visit ,” The Hindustan Times quoted an Indian government official as saying

Trump and Modi are expected to sign an agreement on civil aviation apart from the long-pending bilateral trade deal, The Hindu newspaper reported citing sources it didn’t identify.

The visit will come as India faces the slowest economic growth since 2009 and rising social unrest against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, which has been pushing its Hindu nationalist agenda through new laws that are widely seen as discriminating toward Muslims.

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Officially , the problem cited is the State of Union address to the Congress, which the White House does not want to reschedule. This was always an issue because of which, government sources said , a formal invitation was never delivered, though exploratory conversations were on with White House.

An Indian official who spoke on condition of anonymity said : “Both sides are in touch to work out There has been a standing invitation to Trump after he expressed his inability to visit India last year The US President gave a positive response, the first person said , adding that planning picked up for

Trump last year turned down an invitation to attend India’s Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi, according to reports.

(Updates with Modi’s U.S. visit in 5th paragraph.)

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