Afghanistan, Defense Deals To Be Discussed By Trump-Modi
There are a variety of issues on the table when US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi meet today (Tuesday), OneIndia reported.
Talks on Afghanistan and Asia-Pacific cooperation will be held today. The talks on Afghanistan are particularly significant in the backdrop of a peace deal that would be signed by the US on February 29 with the Taliban at Doha.
India has remained largely silent on the peace talks, but has maintained that terror sanctuaries along the Durand Line must be demolished.
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