Trump boosts military ties with India announces $3 billion pact

New Delhi- the US president and Indian prime minister are set to sign a new defense agreement to trade US military helicopters worth 3billion dollars to the Indian troops as he flaunted a “critical partnership” between two nations.
Last year, the US and India held a joint military exercise on land, air, and sea in the history of two countries. The occasion was touted as “Tiger Triumph” by Trump and “something to behold”. The defense agreement appears to be the most substantial plan announced by the US president during his visit to India.
The deal was approved in the last year by the US official and the Indian cabinet.
During his 27-minutes speech at Motera Stadium, Ahmedabad, Trump said: “I believe that the United States should be India’s premier defense partner”. Trump is looking forward to furthering trade agreements saying the two nations are in the “early stages” of an “incredible” agreement. It is suspected the two leaders will sign a trade deal during Trump’s visit. Trump said, “I am optimistic that working together, the prime minister and I can reach a fantastic deal that is good and even great for both of our countries” while referring to the ending of preferential trade privileges for India. He remarked, “Except that he’s a very tough negotiator” as he referred to Donald Trump.–Worldwide News

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