PM Modi meets Chinese President Jinping, both countries ready for next round of talks on border dispute

Nov 15 2019 10:44 AM
PM Modi meets Chinese President Jinping, both countries ready for next round of talks on border dispute

Brasilia: After the meeting of PM Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping during the recently concluded BRICS Summit in Brazil, an official statement said that the two countries for further talks on the issue of border dispute Are ready The 21st round of talks on the issue of border dispute between India and China was held in November last year, when National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval and his counterpart and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met in China.

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According to a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, PM Narendra Modi and President Jinping said, "Special representatives will have another meeting on border related matters and they reiterated the importance of maintaining peace and security on the border areas." However, this statement did not say when this conversation would be held on the issue of the border dispute.

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According to the official statement of both sides after the 21st round of talks, India and China had resolved to speed up negotiations and advance the matter for early settlement of the border dispute. To maintain peace and harmony on the border, the two officials also stressed on mutual cooperation and improving mutual relations between the armies of the two countries.

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