Informal meeting between Chinese and Indian leaders: restart relations with extraordinary arrangements

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 Informal meeting between Chinese and Indian leaders: restart relations with extraordinary arrangements


On April 27th, Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold an informal meeting with Prime Minister Modi of Wuhan in India. The leaders of the two countries will carry out strategic communication around the unprecedented changes in the world today, and exchange views on the overall, long-term and strategic issues of the future development of China India relations. On the 22 day, State Councilor and Minister of foreign affairs, Wang Yi, said. On the 26 day, the day before the visit, Prime Minister Modi also issued tweet that he would exchange views with President Xi Jinping on a series of bilateral and global important issues, especially in the context of the current and future international situation, and the two sides will discuss the development vision and priorities of their respective countries. We will review from a strategic and long-term perspective. Look at the development of the relations between the two countries. Lin Minwang, a researcher at the International Research Institute of Fudan University and deputy director of the South Asian Research Center, said the meeting was the first informal meeting between China and India since the visit of prime minister Rajiv Gandhi of India in 1988 to normalize relations between China and India. It is an ultra regular arrangement. The confrontation between the two countries last summer is the lowest point in relations between the two countries in recent years, and the informal meetings between the leaders of the two countries in Wuhan will become a new starting point for a stable bilateral relationship. Lin Minwang 26 on the www.thepaper.cn news analysis, said that this shows that India has a feeling, we intend to, first of all, the India side intended to adjust, and the second is that we are willing to give him such a treatment. Wang Dehua, director of the Shanghai International Center for international problems in South Asia and Central Asia, and director of the South Asia Research Center of Tongji University, also told the press that the United States first position held by President Trump of the United States made many countries feel chill. Under the current international background, China and India have many strategic points of agreement, two The consensus of the country will be more than the differences. Specifically, the two sides will have more consensus on the border, the Sino Pakistani economic corridor and the anti-terrorism agenda, which can gradually eliminate differences and carry out more cooperation. Modi will visit China two times in 45 days The news that the Chinese and Indian leaders held an informal meeting gave some western media a big drop, because less than a year ago, there was a dispute between the two countries on the border. The confrontation between China and India deteriorated in June last year, and the incident was resolved until the end of August. In September of that year, Modi, Prime Minister of India, went to Xiamen to participate in the meeting of the leaders of the BRICs and held talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping. The informal meeting was also facilitated at the BRICs meeting. The Chinese ambassador to India, Luo Zhaohui, wrote in the peoples daily 25 days, saying that the leaders of the two countries direct direct command after the confrontation occurred last year, and the diplomatic departments of both sides showed the wisdom to be settled properly. When President Xi Jinping and Premier Modi met in Xiamen, they agreed to open a new chapter and look forward to the important consensus of holding informal meetings. It is worth noting that after the informal meeting in Wuhan, Modi will also come to China again in from June 9th to 10th to participate in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Qingdao. That is to say, in 45 days, Modi will visit China two times. This unusual action has attracted the attention of the media. This means that the highest level dialogue between China and India has made significant breakthroughs. The Asia Times said so. Wang Dehua said, perhaps as one of the India ambassadors told us that it would be a landmark visit, a new starting point for China and Indias relationship out of last years confrontation and the shadow of Sino Indian friction in 1962. This informal meeting between Xi Jinping and modie shows that the two leaders are trying to find a new paradigm for a series of disputes and disagreements. The India times believes that the meeting will be a milestone in Sino Indian relations. Lin Minwang also said that from the perspective of India, India has made diplomatic adjustments in the past year. For example, India and Japan strengthened their overall cooperation in the fields of political, economic and security. India also restored relations with Russia and improved its relations with other smaller neighbouring countries in South Asia. In its peripheral diplomacy, restoring relations with China is the most important part of Indias current adjustment. The cooperation between China and India can achieve the Asian century Another concern is that Wang Yi, the State Councilor and foreign minister, said the Chinese and Indian leaders will carry out strategic communication around a century of unprecedented changes in the world. What is no big change in the world for a hundred years? The strength of developing countries represented by China and India is one of them. In 1988, when Indias former Prime Minister Gandhi visited China, the sum of GDP in China and India was about 650 billion dollars, compared with 11% in the United States at that time. Thirty years later, in 2017, the total sum of GDP between China and India reached US $15 trillion and 600 billion, which has reached 80% of the US now. At the same time, with the election of Britain and Europes president Trump, the uncertainty of the world situation is more and more obvious. At the moment, Trump has also launched a wave of protectionism around the world. The American cable news network (CNN) says that although the US initiatives New Asia Pacific strategy covers India, the US protectionist cloudy cloud is gradually shrouding Indias economy. According to the report, India will reduce its dependence on the United States. Trumps increasingly radical trade policy is the source of growing concern in Indias economic community. At present, China is Indias largest trading partner with bilateral trade amounting to US $84 billion, and more than 500 Chinese funded enterprises are taking root in India. CNN concluded that improving the fragile economic relationship is an important part of the resumption of bilateral relations. In view of the recent US ban on ZTE and the tension between China and the United States trade war, Duncan (DuncanInnes-Ker), director of the Asian region of the economist think tank, believes that China needs to enter the India market. Although India is constantly taxing China, it does not have to erect tariff barriers. It is also in Chinas interest to solve these economic problems. Bernard LaPatta (MadhavDasNalapat), director of the geopolitical department at the University of man Ni MA in India, believes that the leaders of China and India have a consensus that China and India need cooperation to make twenty-first Century the century of Asia. (two heads of state) will strive to establish a strong high-level relationship so as to provide conditions for solving the following problems, Bernard LaPatta said. As early as 1988, according to the peoples daily, Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping met with the Prime Minister of India, Gandhi, saying, China and India are not an Asian century. The real Asia Pacific Century or the Asian century is to wait until China, India and some other neighboring countries develop. ? Wang Dehua thought, as president Xi Jinping once said, China and India speak with one voice, and the whole world will listen. The relationship between China and India is becoming better. The Shanghai cooperation organization and even the summit of the group of 20 countries may expand the scale and make the same sound in major international affairs. Modi has a realistic consideration for a second term in the next year In addition, ManojJoshi, a researcher at the India observer research foundation, on CNN26 day, said India was keen to maintain a balance of relations, especially Chinas growing closer to Pakistan in India. The relationship between the two countries is in an unstable situation, and India tries to backtrack past and mend the relationship that has been destroyed over the past two years, Manoj said. China is also trying to keep India back to the United States. It is obvious that modis desire to maintain stable relations with China is obvious. Modi will win his second term in next years general election, although he won the favor of most voters, but when it comes to a potentially violent clash with China, his poll data is not good. While avoiding the risk of general election, Modi is also opening up more possibilities for todays global economic cooperation. Wang Dehua believes that India is undergoing major adjustments. Earlier, a India Ambassador once wrote that todays modi is a bit like Gandhi. Modi had hoped to fight China together with the United States and Japan, and now he concluded that experience is a good relationship with China. Modi also concluded that China could not develop confrontation with China, and that Indias development needs to catch up with Chinas free ride. Previously, India hopes to build several high-speed rail samples through cooperation with Japan, but progress is not very smooth now. Modi realized that only China could help him make further achievements and lay the foundation for his next re election. In addition, in the previous period of time, India domestic social contradictions, many local elections are not very successful, Darjeeling is also very fierce, Modi also realized that if the confrontation with China, Modi will face more pressure in the country. Wang Dehua said. The informal meeting in Wuhan will also give Modi an opportunity to further understand and understand China. On the 23 day, former Secretary of foreign affairs of India, Su jesheng, revealed that the meeting had no specific purpose and agenda, and the dialogue would be personal and interactive. According to reports from the India media, the two leaders will hold one to one meeting without any minister or adviser, and the meeting is aimed at redefining the relationship between the two countries. CCTV news client 24 Daily said, generally speaking, informal meeting ceremonial activities are relatively simple, the form of the talks will be more diverse, can walk side talk, both sides can speak freely, this is conducive to the communication of both sides, to strengthen understanding. I believe that the trip to Wuhan will become Premier Modis new experience and further enhance his understanding of China. Kong Xuanyou, Vice Minister of foreign affairs of China, said on 24 days.