India manages to convince China radicalism is most serious issue
The latest informal meeting between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping, it seems, has improved the relation between two countries a bit.
Finally, India has managed to convince China that radicalism is the most serious crisis both countries now face.
The second informal summit between India and China has begun last day. Chinese President Xi Jinping has reached India to meet his Indian counterpart.
The leaders have discussed several sensitive things. The meeting is intended to improve the bilateral relation between both countries.
Recently, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan visited China. During that visit, he discussed several sensitive issues with his Chinese counterpart. He might have discussed the Kashmir issue with China.
China is the all-weather friend of Pakistan. It has always stood with Pakistan in its difficult times.
The latest visit of the Chinese Supremo to India, which has come just after the Pakistan PM’s visit to China, is of great importance.
At this moment, it remains unclear whether the top leaders of the two powerful Asian countries have discussed the Kashmir issue in their latest informal summit.
It was in the year 2018 that both leaders came together for a summit last time. That was in the backdrop of the Doklam crisis.
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