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PM Modi-Xi informal summit: From walk to boat ride, what all to expect

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at picturesque Wuhan city in Central China, at 12

The meeting comes in the backdrop of the efforts made by both India and China to move past the tensions, which rose out of last year's 73-day Doklam standoff.

Prime Minister Modi will commence his meetings with Chinese President Xi at 3:30 pm on Friday at the Hubei Provincial Museum.

After touring the museum for about an hour, the two leaders, accompanied by six top officials from each side, will hold talks at the sprawling East Lake Guest House, where Xi is staying.

This will be followed by the leaders' walk.

Dinner will be hosted by Chinese President Xi at the guest house in central Wuhan.

On Saturday, the two leaders will have opportunity to spend time without their aides as with Xi taking Modi for a lakeside walk and a boat ride on the picturesque East Lake.

This will be followed by a private lunch hosted by the Chinese President.

No joint statement or communique will be issued after PM Narendra Modi holds informal talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

According to the sources, the informal talks will be broad-based and over arching and no specific issues will be discussed.

The idea is to open strategic communication channel at the highest level.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Fri, April 27 2018. 05:20 IST
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