The President of the United States Donald Trump, who is in India on an official visit, said that Modi-led Indian Government will buy $3 billion worth of military equipment from the United States, including the attack helicopters, as Washington and New Delhi deepen defence and commercial ties.
He said that the two countries were also making progress on a big trade deal. The negotiators from both sides have wrangled for months to narrow differences on farm goods, medical devices, digital trade, and new tariffs.
President Donald Trump was accorded a massive reception in the home state of the Indian PM Modi on Monday. As per the details, more than 100,000 Indians have attended the ceremony into a cricket stadium for a “Namaste Trump” rally.
On Tuesday, US President Donald Trump sat down for one-on-one talks with Indian PM Modi followed by delegation-level meetings to try and move forward on issues that have divided them, mainly the festering trade dispute.