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Date for Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India announces, know his schedule
Date for Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India announces, know his schedule

New Delhi: Relations between India and China have been fluctuating over the years. Recently, their relationship has once again concerned about the Kashmir issue. Meanwhile, Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit India. Jinping will reach India on 11 October. The Chinese President will visit Chennai on 11–12 October for the second informal summit between India and China. During this conference, he will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In this historic meeting of PM Modi and Xi Chinfing, preparations are being made to attack terrorism and terror funding.

During the talks between Chinese President Xi Jinping and PM Narendra Modi, terrorism can become an opinion against terrorist funding. On the other hand, India has not seen the visit of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to China ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India. This is not a matter of concern for India. All countries, including China, have been categorically and unequivocally stated that the violation of Article 370 is entirely an internal matter of India. There is no scope for discussion on this issue.

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Earlier, PM Modi and President Xi Jinping met during the first informal summit in Wuhan, China on 27-28 April 2018. This is the second informal summit to be held in Chennai. The summit will provide an opportunity for the two countries to continue to discuss bilateral, regional, global issues and exchange views on deepening the India-China closure development partnership. According to sources, PM Narendra Modi will hold one-to-one and delegation-level talks with the Chinese President.

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There is no specific agenda for the meeting between them. The focus of the meeting will be on connectivity between the people of India and China and maintaining peace along the India-China border. During this time, the dates of the next Special Representative Dialogue between PM Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping are also likely to be decided. Please note that no agreement is expected on this tour. Earlier China had changed its stand on Kashmir issue which is being linked to this journey.

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