India has called Germany its natural partner on the path to progress and the two nations have witnessed a quantum jump in relationship in the past few years. This would, inter alia, allow to establish provisions for the mutual protection of new foreign investments", the statement said. Received by the German Chancellor, Prime Minister Modi was accorded the ceremonial reception, where the national anthem of India and Germany were played.
White House spokesperson Sean Spicer , when asked about Trump moving past Markovic, said he had not seen the video but assumed the U.S. president was moving to his designated spot. The summit will revolve around two main topics, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told reporters on Wednesday. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Trump was "100 percent" committed to collective defence.
The current flooding and landslides have affected more than 430,000 people resulting in 151 deaths and more than 100 people missing. Sri Lankan military and police used boats to rescue the marooned and retrieve corpses as the death toll from the devastating floods in the island nation rose to 183, officials said on Tuesday.
Schulz, who was once the president of the European Parliament, voiced "outrage" over Trump's treatment of Merkel, calling it "unacceptable". Merkel's top opponent in the September election, Martin Schulz, said Monday that Trump's behavior towards the chancellor has been "unacceptable" and no country's leader must "allow him or herself to be treated" that way, Deutsche Welle reported.
The image is too disturbing". It wasn't amusing, I get it. I have made a lot of mistakes in my career and I will continue. I'm gonna ask the photographer to take down the image. They consider this acceptable. She added: "I sincerely apologise". Griffin has been an outspoken critic of the president; in October, the comedian and television personality cut a mock campaign advertisement which featured her repeatedly telling the then-Republican presidential candidate to "f*ck off".
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres made an impassioned appeal Tuesday for the world to intensify action to combat climate change and implement the Paris Agreement to limit carbon emissions as President Donald Trump debates whether the US will withdraw from the accord.