Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi decide to enhance trade and resolve border disputes
New Delhi, India:
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have decided to enhance trade and resolve border disputes.
It was also decided that China and India will continue to strengthen cooperation in the fight against terrorism.
Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi held talks on bilateral relations during unofficial talks at Chinese Wuhan province (Hubei Province, Central China).
According to Indian Ministry of Eternal Affairs said that Narendra Modi during the two-day visit held several talks to resolve border conflict between the two countries, the issues of trade and the fight against terrorism and the cooperation between their armed forces to maintain peace on the borders were discussed.
The two leaders discussed trade, communication between the two armies and a border dispute.
Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi also visited a number of cultural monuments and held talks on bilateral relations. After the negotiations, the sides announced among other things their intention to strengthen cooperation in the fight against terrorism.
It may be mentioned that President Xi Jinping during a meeting in Wuhan (Hubei, Central China) with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that “great cooperation” between the two countries will have a “global impact.”