Hyderabad: Ivanka Trump meets Modi ahead of Global Entrepreneurship Summit
The United States President Donald Trump's daughter and advisor Ivanka Trump arrived for Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad on Tuesday.
Earlier in the day, Ivanka was received in Hyderabad by Kenneth Juster, the newly appointed US ambassador to India, and Navtej Sarna, New Delhi's ambassador in Washington.
The summit is being hosted for the first time in South East Asia by the Governments of India and the United States.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the event that will be attended by U.S. President Donald Trump's daughter and his advisor Ivanka Trump.
With the inauguration of the GES 2017 just hours away, the US embassy in India shared a comment American Secretary of State Rex Tillerson previously made about the summit and the relationship between New Delhi and Washington. "Indians and Americans don't just share an affinity for democracy. We share a vision of the future," Tillerson, the American equivalent for a minister for external affairs, had said.
Modi and Ivanka Trump along with 100 special guests would also attend a special dinner at the Falaknuma Palace, now a plush hotel, in the old city. The dinner will be served on a Nizam-era table around which 101 guests can sit at a time.