Donald Trump walks up to Narendra Modi for 'impromptu' chat at G20 Summit

Arvind Panagariya, sherpa for India at the Summit, tweeted about the "interaction", along with pictures of the two leaders and others.

Published: 08th July 2017 05:24 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th July 2017 05:29 PM   |  A+A-

President Donald Trump with PM Modi at G20 meet. (Twitter@APanagariya)

By PTI

HAMBURG: As G20 leaders continued their Summit discussions for the second day here today, US President Donald Trump today walked up to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for "an impromptu interaction".    

Arvind Panagariya, sherpa for India at the Summit, tweeted about the "interaction", along with pictures of the two leaders and others just before start of the second day of working sessions of the G20 Summit ending today      

"In an impromptu interaction at the G20 Summit, POTUS (President of the US) waves to the PM, walks to him, other leaders gather around. Gr8 moments," Panagariya tweeted.      

He further described the interaction as "some memorable moments just before the second day of the G20 Summit begins".    

Panagariya, also the vice-chairman of government think- tank Niti Aayog, is representing India in the negotiations for the leaders' communique.      

Besides a series of bilateral meetings, Modi had brief chats with various leaders at the Summit, including with IMF chief Christine Lagarde and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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