PM Modi, Chinese President Jinping all set to discuss bilateral, regional issues

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download (1)Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on April 27 to hold an informal meeting at Mao Zedong’s villa in Wuhan, the central Chinese city.

Officials said that the two leaders would hold one-on-one conversations focusing on global, regional and bilateral issues.

Officials further, the informal meeting will forge consensus to resolve the issues with follow up actions by officials than announcing any agreements. This is something the leaders of the two countries have never tried so far.

Indian PM Modi and Chinese President Jinping will hold two meeting. The first engagement will begin at around 3.30 pm at the Hubei Provincial Museum and other will be at 6 pm, with delegations from both the sides. Both the meetings will be followed by a dinner which is hosted by the Jinping.

China and India’s development goals are similar and 27-28 April meeting between both the leaders will promote free trade, strengthen unity among developing countries and uphold the principles of equity and justice, said by Chinese Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui as quoted by leading Chinese English daily.

Chinese envoy further stated both the countries are at a “critical stage” of economic development and modernization.

PM Modi has said that President Jinping and he will exchange views on a range of issues of bilateral and global importance.

We will further discuss our respective visions and priorities for national development, he added.

This visit is the fourth visit of PM Modi to China in his four years after coming to power.