Osaka: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump discussed measures to explore cooperation between India and the United States on 5G telecommunications technology on Friday, as New Delhi asked Chinese telecom giant Huawei to ban the security of these networks.
Modi, who attended the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, outlined India as the billions of users of the technology. In this sense, India is the second largest market in the world.
During the G20 summit, the two leaders discussed 5G’s technical and business opportunities for cooperation between India and the United States.
“The approach taken by India or the way India chooses will determine how global trends will develop. So the Prime Minister said that our cooperation is very important. India and the United States in this regard look at how we use this, one billion Indian users, India’s capabilities”