India has offered to partially open its poultry market to the United States in an effort to strike a trade deal with the U.S.

India has offered to allow imports of U.S. chicken legs and has offered to cut tariffs on chicken legs to 25 percent from 100 percent. U.S. negotiators have asked that the tariffs be cut to 10 percent, according to Reuters.

The U.S. does not currently ship any chicken products to India.

Additionally, India has offered other concessions on motorcycles, dairy products and other goods as a precursor to formal negotiations.

President Trump is scheduled to make an official state visit to New Delhi on February 24-25. He will stay in India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state of Gujarat, then hold negotiations in New Delhi before attending a formal state reception.