'Chennai connect to see new era in India-China cooperation' | Full Coverage

12 Oct 2019 01:48 PM

'Chennai connect to see new era in India-China cooperation' | Full Coverage

Updated 12 Oct 2019 01:48 PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that last year's Wuhan summit had increased the stability in ties with China and had given it a fresh momentum, but the 'Chennai connect' forged from their current Mahabalipuram informal summit will see the launch of a new era in bilateral cooperation.

In his opening statement on the second day of the informal summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping here, odi said the Wuhan summit helped to increase the strategic communication between the two sides.

He said that both sides have agreed to prudently manage their differences, and not allow them to become disputes, remain sensitive to each other's concerns, and that India-China ties will lend stability and peace to international ties.

These are major achievements of both sides, and we should strive for further progress in this direction, Modi said.

Both of us have held in depth discussions on important issues during our Chennai connect, he added.

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