Building Bridges between India and China

Building Bridges between India and China

Building Bridges between India and China

In another rare occurrence, Prime Minister Modi will be in China again in June for the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit. The top leaders of the two fastest-growing economies will meet on April 27-28.

The unexpected Modi-Xi informal meet was announced on Sunday during External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's visit to China for the foreign ministers' meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO). Last time the two leaders met at Xi's hometown Xi'an in western China which is a historic city and is deeply connected with India-China relations.

During the meeting, the two leaders will discuss the changes that have taken place and which are unprecedented in the past 100 years to exchange views on the strategic over- arching long term issues concerning over bilateral ties. relationship, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said.

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China and Pakistan like to call each other "all weather friends" and their traditional close ties have always been viewed with suspicion by Pakistan's neighbor and traditional enemy, India.

"Indian films are becoming increasingly popular in China".

These are the first top ministerial-level meetings of the SCO after the admission of India and Pakistan as members previous year. "The two leaders also held a highly productive bilateral meeting there", he added.

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A report will then be drafted, based on the findings "as well as other information and materials collected by the team". The organisation will now evaluate the situation and consider future steps, including another possible visit.

Beijing has tried to hit back with its own taxes but it is apparent that China has a lot more to lose because it is the bigger seller of goods.

He said that China-Pakistan relations showcase strong soundness, stability and persistence, which are not only conducive to both countries, but also increasingly becoming an anchor of regional peace and stability. New Delhi declined an invitation to participate in the inaugural Belt and Road Forum in Beijing in May 2017.

He said: "There could be a chit chat and shake of hands when the ministers sit together but no formal meetings are scheduled either for the foreign minister (Khawaja Mohammed Asif) or the defence minister (Khurram Dastgir Khan) with the Indian counterparts". Xi is also extending Modi the rare honour of a meeting outside of Beijing, which nearly never happens unless there is a multilateral summit taking place. "Distrust is high and tensions will remain, particularly given China's financial involvement in Pakistan, which India sees as a strategic rather than economic engagement that can hurt India", Mr Kumar said.

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She attended a programme titled "Contribution of Hindi in India-China Friendship" organised by the India Embassy in which she asked Indians and Chinese to learn each other's language as it will help them overcome communication barriers.

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