Helping To Reduce Indo-Pak Rising Tensions, Says White House - TNBC USA

On Monday, the White House claimed helping to eliminate Indo-Pak tension is one of the five big issues from the just-concluded G7 Summit in France. The United States President Donald Trump has returned home from the Group of Seven Summit (G7 Summit) from August 24 to August 26. 

In its daily round-up, the White House has said that “the five big takeaways are: A message of unity, security a billion-dollar trade deal, promoting the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), developing stronger trade with Europe and helping to reduce India-Pakistan tension.”

It continued, “In his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India, President Trump reaffirmed the need for dialogue between India and Pakistan and also worked to build on the great economic relations between our nations.”

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was edged by President Trump has categorically refused any need for third-party intervene over Kashmir issue, claims it was a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan, and “we don’t want to trouble any third country” – a step that was immediately supported by the American leader, who has offered to intervene. 

The White House has said in a Twitter post that the meeting with PM Modi, and President Trump has acknowledged India’s role as a ‘critical partner’ in Afghanistan. Followed by two pictures released by the White House has declined an overjoyed mood in the meeting room in Biarritz and the handshake between the two top leaders. 

President Trump and his First Lady Melania Trump has returned home last night after the ending of the G7 Summit in France. 

The White House continued, “Trump met with world leaders to strengthen our alliances, secure better trade deals, and – as always – keep the interests of the American people front and centre on the global stage.”

During the G7 Summit, President Trump has worked with American allies to figure out a course towards even more prosperity both at home and around the globe, it said. 

According to the White House, President Trump and France President Emmanuel Macron has worked together to achieve progress on a number of issues, including fair trade practices, global security, and better economic opportunity for all. 

President Trump said, “I want to thank you very much, Mr President, for the incredible job you did. This is a truly successful G7 Summit.”

“One of the biggest wins from the summit was President Trump’s announcement of locking in a trade agreement with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan. The deal secures market access for a number of American agricultural goods, and Japan has agreed to purchase large sums of our farmers’ corn,” it added. 

With Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau by his side, the US President has talked about the significance of expanding the trading partnership with its neighbours by passing the USMCA.  

Both Mexico and Canada have essentially finalized the new deal that replaced the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), President Trump claims that it is the time for the US lawmakers to do the same. 

“Our farmers love it, the union’s love it, the workers love it, manufacturers love it… hopefully that’ll be put to a vote very soon,” added President Trump. 

While meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, President Trump has discussed ways to meet regional and global security challenges and previewed better trade relations to come with the European Union and Germany, said the White House. 

He continued, Germany is “a great trading partner,” adding that “and we probably think we’re going to be upping the trade over a very short period of time.”

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