Prime Minister Narendra Modi, late night on Monday, 26 August, returned to India after concluding his three nation visit to France, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.
Earlier in the day, PM Modi in a joint press conference with US President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the G7 summit said that all issues between India and Pakistan are “bilateral.” Trump on Monday said that he spoke to PM Modi on the Kashmir situation and is assured that he has it under control.
Earlier at the summit, PM Modi addressed world leaders on the topic of ‘Biodiversity, Oceans, and Climate.’
- Though India is not a member of the G7 grouping, Modi has been personally invited by French President Emmanuel Macron
- Amid tensions, Donald Trump on Monday said that the US-China trade talks will “start very shortly”
- The G7 countries are the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the US
PM Modi Returns to India After Tri-Nation Visit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi returns to India after concluding his three nation visit to France, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.
Trump Says Ready to Meet with Rouhani After G7 Diplomacy
US President Donald Trump said he was prepared to meet his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani in the next few weeks after talks over Tehran's nuclear programme at a G7 summit in France.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif made a surprise appearance on the sidelines of the summit in Biarritz on Sunday at the invitation of French President Emmanuel Macron.
Macron said that the "conditions for a meeting" between Trump and Rouhani to take place "in the next few weeks" had been created through intensive diplomacy and consultations.
PM Modi Emplanes for India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi emplanes for India from Bordeaux.
'All Issues Between India, Pak are Bilateral': PM Modi on Kashmir at G7
Prime Minister Modi, while addressing a joint press conference with US President Donald Trump said that he is confident that India and Pakistan can solve their problems together.
“All issues between India and Pakistan are bilateral in nature, that is why we don't bother any other country regarding them,” he said.
“India and Pakistan were together before 1947 and I'm confident that we can discuss our problems and solve them together,” he added.