India, June 2 -- A day after Donald Trump declared that he wanted to expand the G7 to include other important countries, the US president on Tuesday spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to invite him to the grouping's next meeting to be held in the United States of America.

As the 40-minute conversation went on, President Trump and PM Modi also discussed other issues such as the India-China border standoff and the reforms of the World Health Organisation, a statement by the Prime Minister's Office said.

The two leaders are learnt to have shared their perceptions about the standoff that was triggered last month after China's People's Liberation Army activated the Line of Actual Control at Naku La area in north Sikkim and then at three p...