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Prime Minister Modi today held bilateral talks with US President Donald Trump in Osaka ahead of the formal opening of the G-20 Summit.

Mr Modi and Trump discussed a host of key issues including trade, defence and 5G communications networks. Mr Modi said that he wants to discuss Iran, 5G, bilateral relations and defence relations with the US President.

The US President congratulated Mr Modi on his election victory and said that the two countries would work together in many areas including military.

The two leaders met shortly after the Japan-America-India trilateral meeting. During the trilateral meet, Mr Modi highlighted the importance India attaches to the group.




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