New Delhi, Jan 02: The efforts by China to broker peace in Nepal have failed, but President Xi Jinping continues with covert ops to ensure that normalcy in the political circles in Kathmandu returns.
The Chinese team led by Vice Minister of the International Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Guo Yezhou was not able to pacify the warring factions. However China has now sent a team of three comprising -Zekun Lai, Dongme Huang and Yonglin Zhong to Nepal to pacify the warring factions.
New Delhi, Dec 31: The European Union leaders and the Chinese sealed a landmark pact which would make it easier for their companies to invest in each other. President of China, Xi Jinping had earlier this month intervened to extend key market access concessions to businesses under the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment.
It was the persuasion by Xi that that made the European Union accede to the pact. Brussels expects to open up lucrative opportunities for its businesses.
New Delhi, Dec 26: A high-level team of the Communist Party officials will travel to Kathmandu to stop the Nepal Communist Party from splitting. The move comes after Ambassador Hou Yanqi failed to stop the split in the NCP.
The team being sent by Chinese president, Xi Jinping is led by Guo Yechau, vice minister of the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. The team will land on Sunday. The team will meet with key players in Nepal and will try to patch matters between the warring factions.
New Delhi, Nov 17: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take part in the 12th BRICS summit to be hosted by Russia today.
The Ministry of External Affairs said at the invitation of President Vladimir Putin, PM Narendra Modi will be attending the 12th BRICS summit hosted by Russia. The theme would be Global Stability, Shared Security and Innovative growth. The summit will be held in a virtual format on November 17.
New Delhi, Nov 10: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India opposes all forms of terrorism and will continue to fight it.
Prime Minister Modi said this at the 20th Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO). India has strong cultural ties with the SCO countries. India believes that in order to enhance connectivity, it is important that we move forward while respecting each other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, the PM also said.
New Delhi, Nov 10: Cross border terror, economic cooperation and Afghanistan will be the focus when Prime Minister Narendra Modi comes face to face with Chinese president, Xi Jinping at the SCO summit that will be held virtually today.
New Delhi, Nov 10: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President, Xi Jinping will come face to face for the first time since the border stand off in eastern Ladakh that began in May at the virtual interaction at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit today.
PM Modi and Xi will meet four times since this amidst the border standoff.
New Delhi, Nov 08: Amidst the tensions with China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president, Xi Jinping are likely to four times this month.
The two leaders will meet at summits of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation on November 10, the BRICS summit on November 17 and G20 summit on November 21. While the BRICS and SCO grouping will be hosted by Russia, the G-20 will be organised by Saudi Arabia. The two leaders would also meet at the 15th East Asia Summit, which will be held virtually from November 12 to 15.