Chinese President to visit India next week, will meet PM Modi here

New Delhi: After the Central Government abolished Article 370 from Kashmir, China was the only country in the world which stood completely in favour of Pakistan. Due to this, there was tension in the relationship between the two countries. Amidst this development, Chinese President Xi Jinping is visiting India in the next week of October. He will come to Mahabalipuram near Nai, where he will meet PM Modi. He will hold a second informal meeting with the PM here. It is being said that in the meeting between the two leaders, the Line of Actual Control (NAC) can be stabilized and trade relations can be the focal point of discussion.

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This second informal meeting could be a discussion on measures to plan the next phase of border dispute resolution and export more Indian products to China to reduce the trade deficit. In addition, the progress of the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar corridor will also be noted as it is out of the Belt and Road Initiative.

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During the meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will assure Xi Jinping that converting Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories after abolishing most of the provisions of Article 370 will not affect the Line of Actual Control. This is because, despite the assurances of Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, China seems wary. Before this, China had raised the Kashmir issue at the instigation of Pakistan in the UN.

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