Modi congratulates Trump on assuming office

Says he's looking forward to working together

GN Bureau | January 21, 2017


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Prime minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he is looking forward to work with US president Donald Trump to further deepen India-US ties.

“Congratulations Donald Trump on assuming office as US President. Best wishes in leading USA to greater achievements in the coming years,” PM Modi tweeted. Looking forward to working with President Trump to further deepen India-US ties and realise the full potential of our cooperation, he said in another tweet.

 

Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States of America during a historic transfer of power. Trump will succeed Barack Obama who served two terms as US president.




 

 

 

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