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China, India hold review meeting on bilateral relations

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

The of India, Vijay Gokhale, met with the of China, Kong Xuanyou, on Tuesday to review the progress made in bilateral relations since the high-level Summit, between and Chinese Xi Jinping, was held in April this year.

"Taking guidance from Summit. & held consultations in Reviewed progress made in bilateral relations since Informal Summit between PM @narendramodi & Xi Jinping," the of the Ministry of External Affairs, Raveesh Kumar, tweeted.

They further discussed the agenda for bilateral engagement in the coming months, while exchanging views on regional and international issues of common interest during the consultations held in on December 4.

Modi had visited in April this year to hold a two-day informal summit with Xi, where one-on-one talks were held between the leaders. Both the leaders had underscored the importance of strengthening bilateral relations between and

Modi had also emphasised on the concept of 'Panchsheel' - shared vision, strong relationship, shared resolve, better communication and shared thought process - through which he envisioned the bolstering of ties between the two nations.

President Xi had voiced his support for 'Panchsheel' and highlighted China's readiness in cooperating and working with through the five principles.

Recently, Prime Minister Modi and President Xi met on the sidelines of the summit in Argentina, along with participating in the Leaders Informal Summit at the and holding the RIC (Russia-India-China) Informal summit.

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First Published: Tue, December 04 2018. 19:25 IST