Media Persons Can Pose Only One Question Each

As the White House is giving a grand reception to PM Modi, both the heads of the States will be participating in a media conference, in which the reporters are only permitted to ask one question each.

Washington: As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is shortly meeting the US President Donal Trump at White House, a few changes were made in the schedule.  The Indian Prime Minister is on tour to the US for the first time after Trump took charge as the President of US. A dinner was arranged on the occasion at the White House.

PM Modi, US President will meet for twenty minutes personally. After that, the officials of both the countries will participate in a discussion about bilateral relations.

Then a press conference will be held.

According to the schedule, PM Modi and US President Trump will be meeting the press.

A small change was made in this context. Earlier it was decided that the media should not pose any question to any of the leader. However, they made a little revision and are now allowing each reporter to ask only one question.   More: Red Carpet To Be Rolled Out For Modi At White House

PM Modi is the first head of the State being hosted by the White House after Trump became the President.

In the one on one meeting between Modi and Trump, issues from climate change to immigration would be discussed, said the Indian official sources.  As Trump tweeted that PM Modi is his real friend, it is being expected that the dialogue over crucial issues would be positive. But some sceptics are expressing doubts about it, basing on Trump’s character.  More: Trump Breaks Tradition Of Holding Iftar Dinner At White House

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