Trump to meet Pakistan PM Imran Khan on Monday, PM Modi per day after
Both the encounters with the leaders of both India and Pakistan would be held at New York on the sidelines of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, also a senior government official told reporters on Friday at a preview of Trump’s engagements in New York next week.
Trump is forecast to arrive in New York on Sunday night following his participation with PM Modi at the “Howdy Modi” occasion in Houston where the two leaders will address over 50,000 Indian-Americans.
“President Donald J Trump will probably be travelling to Houston to get’Howdy Modi: Shared Dreams Bright Futures’ occasion. That will probably be the day wherein he will journey to Ohio where he is going to be joined by Prime Minister Morrison of Australia in which they’ll visit Pratt industry and observe US economic relationship with Australia,” the official stated.
On Monday (September 23), the first day of his stay in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session,” Trump’s first event will be the worldwide call to protect religious freedom, ” the officer said, describing it as a important event.
“Following that the President is advised to meet the following leaders. Prime Minister Khan of Pakistan, President (Andrzej Sebastian) Duda of Poland, Prime Minister (Jacinda) Arden of New Zealand, Prime Minister Lee (Hsien Loong) from Singapore, President al Sisi of both Egypt and President Moon (Jae-in) of South Korea,” said the official who spoke on condition of anonymity.
On Tuesday (September 24), Trump will deliver his address to the UN General Assembly. Following that, he will hold a number of bilateral meetings.
Together with PM Modi-Trump meeting on Tuesday, both leaders would be meeting for the fourth time in as many weeks. The meeting in New York is expected to establish the tone of bilateral relationship between both countries over the upcoming few years.
The two leaders are most likely to discuss a variety of bilateral, regional and global issues, such as efforts to address the growing bilateral trade disputes, possible defence and energy prices and peace process in Afghanistan.