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Wuhan Summit highlights

Wuhan Summit highlights

Wuhan Summit highlights

Narendra Modi met Xi Jinping on Friday 27 April 2018 in China’s Wuhan city, where the two, discussed matters of global, regional and bilateral importance.  Here are the important highlights: –

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping discussed ways to cement their bilateral relationship as they opened a two-day informal “one of its kinds” summit in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. PM said that people of India are proud that Chinese President Xi has gone out of his way to receive him twice out of the capital city of Beijing.

Wuhan Summit highlights

The one-on-one conversations— at Mao Vila, chairman Mao Zedong’s private home on the banks of the East Lake— will focus on global, regional and bilateral issues.

Ahead of his departure, Modi told the media his meeting Xi Jinping will “review the developments in India-China relations from a strategic and long-term perspective”.

PM Modi tweets, “Our talks were extensive and fruitful. We deliberated on stronger India-China relations as well as other global issues.”

PM Narendra Modi presented President Xi Jinping reprints of two paintings done by celebrated Chinese painter Xu Beihong (1895-1953) during his stay at Santiniketan during 1939- 40. Delegation level meeting between PM Wuhan Summit highlightsModi and President Xi Jinping was supposed to be for 30 minutes, but it went on for more than 2 hours.

“I look forward to in-depth communication with your Excellency, and ensure we can build common understanding and help to take the China-India relationship to the next level. Our two countries have established closer partnership and cooperation. We have made positive progress. India and China have a combined population of 2.6 billion which provides enormous potential for development. The influence of our two countries is steadily rising in the region and the world,” says Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Modi invites Xi to attend another “informal summit” in India in 2019. “I’ll be happy, if in 2019, we can have such informal summit in India,” says PM Modi.

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“We (India-China) have the responsibility to work for 40% of the world population, this means trying to successfully get the world rid of many problems. To work together towards this is a big opportunity for us”, says PM Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping visit an exhibition of Marquis Yi of Zeng Cultural Relics & Treasure (Hubei Provincial Museum).

Wuhan Summit highlights

Dancers in colorful traditional costumes perform as a live band plays at the Hubei Provincial Museum. Prime Minister Modi is welcomed by a cultural programme at the museum.

The leaders will also take a boat ride and a walk by the East Lake, China’s second biggest urban lake. Modi’s schedule for the day also includes a private lunch hosted by president Xi at the East Lake villa, Chairman Mao Zendong’s private villa.

At the delegation-level talks, PM Narendra Modi underscored importance of people-to-people contact through STRENGTH: S-Spirituality; T-Tradition, Trade & Technology; R-Relationship; E-Entertainment (Movies, Art, etc.); N-Nature conservation; G-Games; T-Tourism & H-Health Healing.

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Wuhan Summit highlights

 

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