Chinese President Xi Jinping emphasized the need for „more close cooperation“ between China, Russia, and India while speaking at a trilateral meeting alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires on Friday.
The Special Representatives (SRs) of India and China on the vexed boundary dispute are expected to meet later this month ahead of a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Argentina on the margins of the G-20 summit.
Mr Khan thanked Prime Minister Modi for his wishes and emphasised that disputes should be resolved through dialogue. „Wars and bloodshed, instead of resolving disputes, lead to tragedies,“ Mr Khan had said, according to news agency PTI.
“Demonetisation I think was not a well-planned, well thought-out useful exercise. And I told the government that when the idea was first mooted.” He is being diplomatic. The truth is that it was a crazy idea dismissed by serious economists and advocated only by batty fringe groups. To push demonetisation as a cure for black money was the equivalent in economics of claiming cow urine cures cancer. We need to repeat this on every relevant occasion, because advocates of the process defended it as producing immediate pain but later gain.
Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi at the Indian side’s initiative.
The two leaders had a constructive and friendly discussion of several current issues related to developing the privileged strategic partnership between Russia and India.
They agreed to continue contacts.
Modi is the most popular politician on Indian social media. His app has been downloaded more than five million times, and his Twitter account has 41.4 million followers.
Alderson alleged that whenever a user created a profile on Modi’s Android app, it shared their personal data without their consent.