Modi US trip update - #FPResources

All the latest on Modi's upcoming trip to the US where he will meet Obama and also address a joint session of Congress.

Nikhila Natarajan May 28, 2016 22:00:54 IST
Modi US trip update - #FPResources

U.S. President Barack Obama will meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Washington next month to discuss security and other issues and the Indian leader will be granted the rare honor of addressing both houses of Congress. The Prime Minister has been invited by the Speaker of the US House of Representative, Paul Ryan, to address the Joint Meeting of the US Congress.

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File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) with US President Barack Obama. AP

This will be Modi's fourth trip to the United States since he became prime minister in 2014. Modi will be the fifth Indian PM to address a joint session of Congress. Who were the others before him? What are the top talking points for India in election-bound America? #FPResources video on Facebook Live.

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