BRICS 2017: Constructive, forward looking meeting between PM Modi and Xi Jinping; Here's important highlights

05 Sep 2017 12:39 PM

BRICS 2017: Constructive, forward looking meeting between PM Modi and Xi Jinping; Here's important highlights

Updated 05 Sep 2017 12:39 PM

PM Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping had a constructive and forward looking meeting on the sidelines of BRICS Summit in Xiamen on Tuesdya. The first half of the meeting was largely on BRICS related issues. Describing more about the meeting, Foreign Secretary Jaishankar said peace in border areas is pre-requisite for India-China development. Jaishankar said the two sides believed more efforts need to be made to ensure border disputes are avoided. Agreed at Astana that will not let differences become disputes, that was reaffirmed. Jaishankar said the defence forces from both the sides must maintain cooperation and ensure recent situation does not occur again.

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