Dalai Lama welcomes proposed visit of Narendra Modi to China

Adjust Comment Print

PM Narendra Modi to visit China for summit talks with President Xi Jinping from April 27 to 28. "We agreed that as two major countries and large emerging economies, healthy development of India-China relations is important for the emergence of an Asian century", Swaraj said, adding that the commonalities outweigh the differences.

It is a leadership-driven summit, providing a leadership driven-direction and a way forward to more stable bilateral ties, the sources said.

Xi and Modi "will set a general direction, identify new goals and create a new dynamic for the growth of China-India relations".

After meeting Mr Wang, Ms Swaraj said, 'We are also happy that the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra through the Nathu La route will be resumed this year, ' according to another tweet of Mr Kumar.

Both events are to be attended by the respective ministers from Pakistan. The effort of the two leaders will be to create an atmosphere of conciliation, cooperation and trust that would spread to lower levels, which could then begin to operationalise policies and programmes designed to benefit both countries mutually.

Sean Hannity Responds to Latest Fake News Attack
The department, under HUD Secretary Ben Carson , recently increased the value of those loans by $5 million, The Guardian reported. Four more of the shell companies have owned properties in which public records say Hannity or members of his family have lived.

Commenting on the informal meeting between the leaders of the two countries, former Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said that it is certainly a very bold step.

Swaraj is due to meet Wang tomorrow.

A day after the big announcement of Modi-Xi's informal meet in China's central city Wuhan on April 27-28, Beijing said the outcome of the meeting will be "positive". "They will also exchange views on overarching long-term and strategic matters concerning the future of China-India relations", Wang said. My meeting with Foreign Minister Wang Yi today is part of the regular high-level engagements between India and China. The prime minister will be in June in China for its SCO summit.

Tensions have lingered since China defeated India in a brief border war in 1962. India has also raised concerns about an economic corridor China is building in Pakistan as the project cuts through Pakistan-administered Kashmir, disputed territory that New Delhi claims is illegally occupied. "That is very useful", he told chairman of China's National Development Reforms Commission (NDRC) He Lifeng at the meeting.

Comments