NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping held the first of its kind informal summit in Wuhan last year, setting the ball rolling for closer ties which grew from strength to strength in the year leading up to the second edition of the meet, which is scheduled to take place in Mahabalipuram from October 11 to 12. Playing close attention to details, President Xi left no stone unturned to make Modi feel right at home at the summit last year. Right from a peacock-motif menu card which carried colours of the Indian flag, to having their own version of ‘chai pe charcha’ on a boat at the East Lake, the camaraderie shared by the two leaders was on full display in Wuhan. The talks between the two leaders were held in a direct, free and candid manner. “The forward-looking dialogue raised the level of strategic communication about the perspective, priorities, and vision that guide their respective policy choices domestically, regionally and globally. It also helped them in forging a common understanding of the future direction of India-China relations built upon mutual respect for each other’s developmental aspirations and prudent management of differences with mutual sensitivity,” the… Read full this story
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