In this informal conference between PM Modi and Xi Jinping no documents will be signed nor will there be any shared press conference.
Chennai| Chinese President Xi Jinping is visiting India for two days. They will reach Chennai around 1 pm on Friday.
According to the information received, it will be an informal summit in which PM Modi will also take part along with the Chinese President. This is the third meeting between PM Modi and Jinping since June 2019. Whereas this is the sixth meeting between the two leaders since the Wuhan informal summit in 2018.
At this informal summit to be held in Mamallapuram, about 60 km from Chennai, the two leaders will discuss the political, industry, defence and regional and international issues. In this informal conference, no documents will be signed nor will there be any shared press conference.
China should give Aksai China to India: RSS
Prior to the Chinese President’s visit, senior RSS leader Indresh Kumar has demanded China to give back the area of Aksai China to India and at the same time, the RSS leader has also asked China to stop its expansionary policy. Indresh Kumar has also demanded China to ask Pakistan to hand over Kashmir to India, which it has illegally occupied.
This will be the program
Xi Jinping will reach Chennai at 1.20 pm on Friday, where he will be welcomed at the airport with traditional dance and music. After this, the hotel will leave for ITC Grand. After some rest at the hotel, he will leave for Mahabalipuram by road.
In Mahabalipuram, Xi Jinping will visit ‘Arjun Penance’ at 5 pm with PM Modi, five chariots at 5.20 pm and Shor temple at 5.45 pm. Xi Jinping will attend the cultural ceremony and the PM will host the dinner. After this, they will return to the hotel at nine o’clock at night.
The next day, on October 12, Xi Jinping will leave for Mahabalipuram at nine in the morning. There will be bilateral talks of PM Modi-Xi Jinping here. After this, Xi Jinping will return to Chennai at around one o’clock and will leave for China at 2:20 pm.
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