"Just landed. India was great, trip very successful," Trump tweeted soon after he landed in the US after his 36-hour-long India visit.
As Trump left for the US, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday night thanked the American President for coming to India and said the visit has been a "path-breaking one".
"India-USA friendship benefits the people of our nations and the world," Modi said in a series of tweets.
During the visit, India and the US on Tuesday finalised defence deals worth USD 3 billion under which 30 military helicopters will be procured from two American defence majors for Indian armed forces.
Trump landed in New Delhi on the evening of February 24 after attending the 'Namaste Trump' event in Ahmedabad and visiting the Taj Mahal in Agra.
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