Ahead of his meeting with US President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit in Osaka, Japan this week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday expressed his strong commitment to achieving the full potential of Indo-US relations in trade and economy, energy, defence, counter-terrorism and people-to-people contacts.

He was talking to visiting US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo when the latter called on him.

Pompeo conveyed greetings of President Trump to the PM and congratulated him on his electoral victory.

Modi thanked Pompeo for his warm greetings and requested him to convey his thanks to President Trump for his wishes.

The PM reiterated the priority he attaches to the relations with the US and outlined his vision for the strategic partnership in the new tenure of his government and beyond, building on a strong foundation of trust and shared interests.

Pompeo expressed the US government’s continued interest in building stronger relations with India and working together to realise the shared vision and goals.