Trump Can’t Attend Republic Day Parade Due To Scheduling Constraints: US

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had invited President Trump for a bilateral visit to India during their talks in Washington last year.
US President Donald Trump is unable to participate as Chief Guest of India’s Republic Day celebrations next year due to scheduling constraints, the White House has said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had invited President Trump for a bilateral visit to India during their talks in Washington last year.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders had, in July, said that Donald Trump has received an invitation to visit India, but no decision has been taken yet.
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Trump Can’t Attend Republic Day Parade Due To Scheduling Constraints
“President Trump was honoured by Prime Minister Modi’s invitation for him to be Chief Guest of India’s Republic Day on January 26, 2019 but is unable to participate due to booking necessities,” a White House delegate told PTI on Monday, when asked about Donald Trump’s decision on PM Modi’s invitation.
It is said that the annual State of the Union (SOTU) address to both Houses of the US Congress by Donald Trump is likely to be around the time India will celebrate its Republic Day. The SOTU is normally delivered in the last week of January or first week of February.
The spokesperson said that the US President and PM Modi enjoy a strong personal rapport and Donald Trump is committed to deepening the India-US relationship.
“The President enjoys a strong personal rapport with Prime Minister Modi developed through two meetings and several phone calls and remains committed to deepening the US-India strategic partnership,” the spokesperson said.
“The President very much looks forward to meeting Prime Minister Modi again at the earliest opportunity,” the White House spokesperson said.
PM Modi and Donald Trump are scheduled to attend the G-20 Summit in Argentina on November 30 and December 1. It is possible that the two leaders might meet and discuss bilateral relationship there.
Consistently, India welcomes world pioneers to go to its Republic Day festivities.
In 2015, the then US president Barack Obama had gone to it as the main visitor whicah was his second visit to India as American president.
This year, pioneers from 10 ASEAN nations had gone to the Republic Day festivities.
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In 2016, the then French president Francois Hollande was the main visitor of the motorcade while Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was the central visitor at the festivals in 2014.
The heads of state and government who have gone to the Republic Day festivities incorporate Nicolas Sarkozy, Vladimir Putin, Nelson Mandela, John Major, Mohammed Khatami and Jacques Chirac.

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