Modi, Xi say 2018 a good year for India-China ties

Noting that 2018 had been a good year for India-China relations, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday expressed hope that the 2019 would be even better.

Modi and Xi had a bilateral meeting on the sideline of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires on Friday. They reviewed the progress India and China made in 2018 in mending the ties, which had hit a new low in 2017 over the 72-day-long military face-off at Doklam Plateau in western Bhutan.

The meeting between the two leaders in Buenos Aires was the fourth between the two leaders this year, beginning with the “informal summit” at Wuhan in central China on April 27 and 28. Read More

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