Xi Jinping-Narendra Modi Meet in Samarkand: In the last three years, during the Corona period, the relations between India and China have also become very infected, but now there is hope of recovery of infected relations. In fact, during the SCO summit to be held on September 16 in the capital of Uzbekistan, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet. After about 34 months, the heads of both the countries will be face to face. During this, both the leaders can talk on many issues. The most important in this could be the issue of the ongoing border dispute between the two.
Border tension will be on the table
Let us tell you that in an attempt to resolve the border tension that lasted for about 28 months in eastern Ladakh before this meeting, China may have expressed its consent to withdraw troops from some areas, but it is believed that this issue of tension on the border is Modi- Jinping will definitely be on the meeting table. After China’s aggressive barricade in the area of Eastern Ladakh and Galvan-like incident, the soldiers of both the countries were in a face-to-face situation for about 28 months on many areas. Not only this, where China’s barricade has not broken in the area of Depsang.
Body language will clear the situation to a great extent
Apart from these, China has not reduced its military gathering in the area of Ladakh till April 2020. According to sources, the subject of border tension will naturally be a key point of discussion in the possible Modi-Jinping meeting in Samarkand after the informal summit in Mamallapuram in October 2019 and the leaders of both the countries will talk on it. It is being said that India will definitely raise these issues. India has reiterated many times that peace and stability along the Line of Actual Control is the basis of better India-China relations.
In such a situation, the possibility cannot be ruled out that the warmth of the previous meetings between the two leaders can be seen missing when they meet in Samarkand. During this meeting, the body language of both the leaders will be enough to testify to the atmosphere and the results to a great extent.
The heads of the two countries met for the last time in 2019
The two leaders last met during the BRICS summit on 13 November 2019 in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil. This was the second meeting of the two leaders within a month and a half of the informal summit held in Mamallapuram, India. Prime Minister during this Narendra Modi It was intimately mentioned that from 2014 to 2019, within just five years, there is a great deal of trust and friendship between the two.
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