Sunday, October 13, 2019

Chinese President Xi Ends His Two Day Visit To India

Al Jazeera: As Modi, Xi wrap summit in Indian temple town, differences remain

India and China discuss long-standing trade and border disputes, but Kashmir fails to figure in 2-day informal summit.

New Delhi, India - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping, who met in a southern Indian temple town for a two-day informal summit, agreed to establish a new mechanism to balance bilateral trade and decided to "prudently" manage their differences.

The world's two most populous countries, however, did not issue a joint statement in what appeared to be a lack of consensus between them on the border dispute, regional security as well as bilateral trade, with concern in New Delhi over Beijing's widening trade surplus.

"[...] both sides will prudently manage their differences and not allow differences on any issue to become disputes," a statement by India's foreign ministry said at the end of the bilateral summit that concluded on Saturday.

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More News On Chinese President Xi's Visit To India

Modi, Xi talk of 'new' ties, after differences -- AFP
India, China vow to deepen bilateral ties with focus on trade -- Arab News
China's Xi says he will pursue proposals on bilateral ties discussed with India's Modi -- Reuters
Chinese President Xi Jinping wraps up meet, leaves for Nepal -- The Tribune
Modi, Xi talk of ‘new’ ties, after differences -- International News
China’s Xi and India’s Modi Talk Up Trade, but Turn Aside Touchy Topics -- The Wall Street Journal

1 comment:

Jac said...

An other Beijing's widening trade surplus....Modi is surely observing the same between China and US.