Chinese foreign minister came to India to meet PM Modi, PMO refused
Chinese foreign minister came to India to meet PM Modi, PMO refused

New Delhi: China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who was suddenly on a visit to India, had sought a proposal to meet PM Narendra Modi. However, it was refused by the Prime Minister's Office (PMO). India told Chinese officials that PM Modi's schedule is busy on Friday as he has to reach Lucknow to attend the swearing-in ceremony of CM Yogi Adityanath.

According to media reports, China had proposed to meet PM Modi on the visit of its Foreign Minister Wang Yi to India, but South Block refused to do so. Let us know that the Chinese Foreign Minister came to India after almost two years. His visit was not scheduled in advance. The Chinese foreign minister arrived in Delhi at 7.45 pm on Thursday and left here around 3 pm on Friday. According to sources, China invited NSA Ajit Doval to visit China as a special representative. In this regard, sources said that the NSA responded positively, saying that it may visit China once the current issues are resolved.

However, China has not sent an invitation to India for a meeting on the Afghanistan issue, which is being convened in Beijing. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday said, "No, they have not invited us.'' External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar met his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on Friday. Talking to the media after the meeting, India's External Affairs Minister had said that he has told the Chinese Foreign Minister that the relations between the two countries cannot remain normal in the atmosphere of tension and heavy military presence at the border.

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