Modi, Xi upbeat on relations post-Wuhan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed that there had been a “perceptible improvement” in bilateral ties after their Wuhan summit and both sides are optimistic that 2019 would be an even better year for India-China relations. During their fourth meeting this year on the sidelines of the G-20 summit, Mr. Modi and Mr. Xi on Friday discussed joint efforts to further enhance mutual trust and friendship. “Had a wonderful meeting with President Xi Jinping,” Mr. Modi tweeted and said the talks revolved around a wide range of bilateral and global subjects. A statement issued by the Chinese Foreign Ministry in Beijing said Mr. Xi told Mr. Modi that many important consensus points on the development of China-India relations were being implemented and the relations were are steadily improving.

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