Sino-India relations in 2018: Post Doklam standoff, Asian giants India and China hit reset mode

The year 2018, has witnessed a huge success in the India-China relations which took off with the first informal meeting of the top leaders of both sides Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping of China, which restored and heightened the relations between the two countries.

Since that meeting Post Doklam, both Modi and Xi have met four times and each time, the relations have improved. Sources told Financial Express Online that, “This level of relationship is unprecedented in the bilateral relations of the two countries.

The military to military contact is back on track, the Hand-in-Hand exercise between the two armies which was shelved last year resumed this year. ”

Of significance is also the number of times foreign minister Sushma Swaraj has met her counterpart as well as defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and her counterpart Wei Fenghe having met a few times this year. Read More

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