Xi Jinping likely to visit India in February or March: media reports

Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to visit India before March, ahead of general elections, to build ties with New Delhi to counter the headwinds blowing from Washington, according to a media report.

The Nikkei Asian Review, quoting its sources in New Delhi and Beijing, said that the visit could take place in February at the earliest or March after the annual session in Beijing of the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s Parliament.

“(Mr.) Xi is expected to discuss with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi measures to defuse border tensions, as well as propose deals to expand imports of Indian farm products and increase cooperation in advanced technologies,” the daily said.

Diplomatic sources told The Hindu that after the success of the Wuhan informal summit between the two leaders last April

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