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The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi this Tuesday met the Chinese President Xi Jinping in Brazil and asked for a solution to the boundary dispute adding that by finding a solution the two countries could set an example over peaceful conflict resolution.
“Had a very fruitful meeting with Chinese President Mr. Xi Jinping. We discussed a wide range of issues,” Modi tweeted after the meeting with Xi, also the General Secretary of the ruling Communist Party of China. The meeting which was scheduled to be for 40 minutes carried on for double the time period as the leaders discussed the wide range of issues. “Both sides emphasised on the need to find a solution to the Boundary Question. The Prime Minister stressed the importance of strengthening mutual trust and confidence, and maintaining peace and tranquility on the border,” said a statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office. The Indian Prime Minister Modi told Xi that “if India and China could amicably resolve the Boundary Question, it would set an example for the entire world, on peaceful conflict resolution,” the statement added.
President Xi further emphasized the importance of the bilateral relationship while adding that “When India and China meet, the whole world watches.” “It will be every country’s desire, and so will it be India’s, to have it in India, because Delhi or any city in India has its natural advantages, English-speaking, very skilled manpower, and if you look at the geographical position of all the BRICS countries, the five of them, India is very centrally located,” Nirmala Sitharaman, India’s trade minister, and part of Modi’s entourage in Brazil, told TV network Times Now.
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