Modi-Jinping's unusual meeting will have no agenda at all
April 26, 2018  11:52
Pressing global issues and their outlook for the world and each other's country may figure in the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping during their two-day informal summit commencing Friday.

Speaking to ANI, India's Ambassador to China Gautam Bambawale, said, "There is no set agenda for talks. It will happen in a very informal setting, friendly setting." The two leaders will not be exchanging MoUs or release any joint statement. Since there is no set agenda, so, they are free to talk on anything, and they probably will discuss these issues while walking in the park, or, during a boat ride on the East Lake, Bambawale said.

This summit is probably the first of its kind, especially between the two Asian giants.The meeting comes at a time when two sides are looking to "reset" ties, which suffered during the two-month Doklam standoff last year. -- ANI

File pic: PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping
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