US President Donald Trump told reporters he had spoken to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the border stand-off with China, but India says no such conversation took place. Photo: BloombergUS President Donald Trump told reporters he had spoken to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the border stand-off with China, but India says no such conversation took place. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Donald Trump told reporters he had spoken to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the border stand-off with China, but India says no such conversation took place. Photo: Bloomberg

India denies Trump’s claim that he spoke to Modi about border tensions with China

  • US President Donald Trump said he had a phone conversation with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi – but India said no such call took place
  • Trump offered to mediate in India’s border stand-off with China, but New Delhi said it was in touch with Beijing using diplomatic channels
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US President Donald Trump told reporters he had spoken to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the border stand-off with China, but India says no such conversation took place. Photo: BloombergUS President Donald Trump told reporters he had spoken to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the border stand-off with China, but India says no such conversation took place. Photo: Bloomberg
US President Donald Trump told reporters he had spoken to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the border stand-off with China, but India says no such conversation took place. Photo: Bloomberg
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