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‘PM Modi And I Committed To Protect Our Citizens From Radical Islamic Terrorism’: Trump In His Press Statement

Swarajya Staff

Feb 25, 2020, 02:14 PM | Updated 02:14 PM IST

PM Modi with US President Trump and First Lady Melania Trupm at the Hyderabad House.
PM Modi with US President Trump and First Lady Melania Trupm at the Hyderabad House.

After holding bilateral delegation-level talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Tuesday (25 February), United States President Donald Trump said India and the US were committed to fight radical Islamic terrorism.

“In our discussions, PM Modi and I affirmed our two countries' commitment to protecting our citizens from radical Islamic terrorism,” said President Trump in his press statement after the talks.

He also said his country was also working with Pakistan to confront terrorists who operate from their soil.

“In this effort the US is also working productively with Pakistan to confront terrorists who operate on its soil,” he said, while calling out Pakistan’s support to terrorism

The two leaders held over an-hour-long discussions at the Hyderabad House in Delhi, discussing various topics related to Indian-US relations.


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