Ivanka Trump to Get Presidential-level Security in India After Heightened Threat Perception

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Ivanka was invited to the summit by Modi when he visited the White House in June.

New Delhi, Nov 27:Ivanka Trump, the daughter of US President Donald Trump, will get Presidential-level security in India in the wake of heightened threat perception. Ivanka, who is an advisor to the US President, will address the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) on November 28 at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre in Hitec City.Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also address the summit.

The Hyderabad Police is making elaborate arrangements for the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Ivanka Trump to the city next week.

Ivanka Trump would attend the eighth annual GES, which will highlight the theme ‘Women First, Prosperity for All’ this year, and focus on supporting women entrepreneurs and fostering global economic growth. Ivanka Trump will lead the US delegation at the summit.

The summit will be attended by over 1,200 entrepreneurs, including 350 from the US. PM Modi is also expected to host a dinner for Ivanka at Falaknuma Palace. The guest list for the same will include a group of entrepreneurs and top officials from both sides. She is likely to fly out on November 29.

There is a possibility that Ivanka may also be taken to the iconic Charminar however, the plan is not final yet owning to the security concerns.She was invited to the summit by Modi when he visited the White House in June. Speaking to reporters over a conference call last Tuesday,she had called the summit “a testament to the strong friendship”of the two countries, as well as an event to spotlight “the growing economic and security partnership between our two nations”.

She will be joined by US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert, as well as US Treasurer Jovita Carranza, administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs Neomi Rao, USAID administrator Mark Green and Overseas Private Investment Corporation president and CEO Ray Washburne, among others.

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