Since April 22nd, when state councilor and Minister of foreign affairs Wang Yi announced the news, the attention has not been reduced. Reporters asked questions on Monday and Tuesday at the regular press conference of the Ministry of foreign affairs. Why is this visit so much concerned? The first is Indias premier Modis visit to China. In 2017, the Sino Indian relationship was deteriorating because of the confrontation between China and India. His visit to China was of great concern. The next was the place for the meeting. Before that, Wuhan was not a city in the traditional sense of international contacts, and there were few large foreign affairs. The Han is no doubt a focal point; in addition, it is the form of the meeting, this time is an informal meeting, although the informal meeting is not the first, but what this form means, I believe many people are in doubt. In this interview (WeChat ID:bqzhengzhiju), the interview with relevant experts will show you how Indias prime minister Modi visited Wuhan in China, and how the informal meeting in the diplomatic field is a form of meeting. One point: Modi will visit China two times in 45 days The Liberation Daily quoted India media as saying it would be the fourth visit of modi since 2015, and an important step for the relationship between the two countries after the June 2017 dailang stand down to a low point. In September 2017, shortly after the Dong Lang crisis, modi went to Xiamen to attend the BRICs leaders meeting and held talks with Xi Jinping. After 7 months, modi will visit China again on the 27 th of this month. Indias economic times said 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. How do you think of modis two visit to China in the short term? Lin Minwang, a researcher at the International Research Institute of Fudan University, told political knowledge (WeChat ID:bqzhengzhiju) that the two visit to China in the short term is not easy for India. Modi is also under certain pressure, and the informal meeting to be carried out immediately will undoubtedly have a symbolic significance for the promotion of bilateral relations. In his view, after the resolution of the crisis, both China and India have the intention to reverse the once deteriorating Sino Indian relations, which is also one of the reasons for the informal meeting between the leaders of the two countries. Modi may have to talk to China about some global and strategic issues, discuss Sino Indian Relations at the strategic level, and solve the deep-seated strategic positioning and misunderstanding of the two sides. Two: the meeting will be a milestone in Sino Indian Relations Cheng Xizhong, a senior researcher at the Chahar society, previously told the media that the common points between China and India are more than differences, there is no conflict of fundamental interests, and they are all emerging economies, and there are many common languages in international affairs. Zheng Zhi saw (WeChat ID:bqzhengzhiju) noticed that India media was highly concerned about this weeks Xi Mo Hui. The India times (TimesofIndia) said: 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 report also said that this meeting will be a milestone in Sino Indian relations. Socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era, and India is also at a critical stage of its development and revival. It is in this context that President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Modi decided to hold informal meetings. The India times also compared the informal meetings between the two sides in Wuhan with the India Premier Rajiv Gandhis icebreaking visit to China in 1988. Rajiv Gandhi and Deng Xiaoping held a far-reaching meeting in that year and re established the relations between the two countries since the war of 1962. Look at three: no communication around a hundred years Facing the uncertainty and instability in the current international situation, President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Modi, as leaders of the two largest developing countries, also feel that both sides of China and India are necessary for some of the long - term nature of the two countries customs and international affairs. Communicate in depth and strategically. The two sides agree that it is a good idea to arrange an informal meeting. It can provide an appropriate atmosphere for the leaders of the two countries and make full and in-depth exchanges on the major issues of common concern. The informal meeting is not a new formulation. Generally speaking, informal meeting etiquette activities are relatively simple, and the form of the talks will be more diverse. It can be talked about while walking. Both sides can speak freely, which is conducive to communication and understanding. Lin Minwang, an expert interviewed by WeChat ID:bqzhengzhiju, said that the informal meeting was more related to the issue, and the topics were strategic and long-term, so it was to be put in the informal atmosphere. If it is a technical problem or a problem between the two countries, it must be bureaucratic talks. Wang Yi, the State Councilor and Minister of foreign affairs, has previously stated that the Chinese and Indian leaders 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. Speaking of informal meetings between President Xi Jinping and foreign leaders, there is a more typical example. In from June 7 to 8, 2013, President Xi Jinping and the then US President Obama held an informal meeting at annanne estate in California, United States. The talks have been called a pioneering undertaking in the history of Sino US relations. The two sides have reached a series of important consensus and achieved important positive results. See point four: after communication between China and India, the Wuhan meeting is decided Many people will ask, why did you choose Wuhan as the meeting place? 23, the Ministry of foreign affairs regular press conference, someone asked this question. Lu genera said the Chinese and Indian leaders meeting arrangements were made through consultation between the two sides, and the aim was to provide a good environment for the in-depth conversation between the leaders of the two countries. As for the preparatory process, Lu generan revealed that during the preparatory period, the two sides maintained close communication, and both sides communicated very well to the relevant arrangements, including the choice of time and place. WeChat ID:bqzhengzhiju noted that, in addition to the tradition of foreign affairs and foreign affairs in Beijing, Xian and Shanghai, Hangzhou, Xiamen, Suzhou and Zhengzhou have also become Chinese cities with close ties to diplomacy because of the host of a series of home diplomacy in the past few years. In from November 24 to 25, 2015, the fourth China - Central and Eastern European leaders meeting was held in Suzhou. In from December 14th to 15th of the same year, the fourteenth meeting of the heads of government of the Shanghai cooperation organization member states (prime ministers) was held in Zhengzhou, Henan. The G20 summit in Hangzhou was held in September 2016. This summit made Hangzhou famous in the world. On from September 3 to 5, 2017, the ninth meeting of the BRICs leaders took place in Xiamen, Fujian. On the news of modis visit to Wuhan, the Changjiang Daily wrote that the Prime Minister of India Modi will be the second foreign head of the visit to Wuhan in 2018, and more than three foreign heads of foreign countries have come to Wuhan and Wuhan has become the home city of Chinese diplomacy. On the morning of January 31st this year, British Prime Minister Teresa Mege flew to Wuhan, thus opening her first visit to China since becoming prime minister. In February 23, 2017, Bernard Kazenav, Prime Minister of French Republic, visited Wuhan. However, after the meeting, what kind of itinerary will India Prime Minister Modi have in Wuhan?