File photo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Donald Trump, President of United States. Photograph:( ANI )
'We are here at the G20 in Osaka and Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Abe just concluded a meeting with the President talking about 5G technology, particularly with a focus on its security implication,' said Ivanka Trump.
White House advisor and US President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump termed US president's meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a ''subsequent productive conversation.''
"We are here at the G20 in Osaka and Prime Minister Modi and Prime Minister Abe just concluded a meeting with the President talking about 5G technology, particularly with a focus on its security implication," said Ivanka Trump, in a video tweeted by the White House.
"A subsequent productive conversation, a one-on-one meeting between the President and Prime Minister Modi (was held) where the same issues were covered, of course, 5G, as well as trade relations between the United States and India, a critical trading partner, a critical security partner and a critical ally. So it was a productive discussion, everything from Iran to national security was covered by the President and the US delegation with their Indian counterparts," added the US President's daughter, who is a part of his delegation at the G-20 Summit in Osaka, Japan.
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Trump and PM Modi held a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of the Summit in Osaka.
During the meeting, Trump had agreed to resolve trade issues which have been bone of contention between New Delhi-Washington ties.
"We have become great friends and our countries have never been closer...We'll work together in many ways including military," Trump said.
No discussions took place on the Indo-Russia S-400 missile defence deal, on which Washington has been raising concerns to India.