外文标题：PM meets Chinese President Xi Jinping ahead of BRICS summit
FORTALEZA: In a significant development, China on Tuesday invited India to attend a summit of Asia and Pacific (APEC) leaders as Prime Minister Narendra Modi met President Xi Jin Ping and discussed various issues including the need to resolve the boundary question in an amicable manner.
The two leaders, who arrived almost at the same time here last evening for attending the BRICS summit, engaged shortly thereafter for what was described as "good discussions and good meeting".
The meeting was scheduled for 40 minutes but it went on for 80 as it was freewheeling discussion without any constraints.
The two leaders appeared well prepared for the meeting as both of them referred to the statements made by the other before they assumed power, Akbaruddin said.
He quoted Xi as saying that "when India and China meet the world watches us".
President Xi in particular referred to Modi's experience in Gujarat as chief minister and his focus on development.
n bhattacharya (raipur)
In the photo we find entire Chinese delegation is clean-shaven, and none wearing Chinese traditional dress.
Sushil Kumar (Chennai)
Modi is really doing patriotic efforts. Best wishes to him.
Kaushik Bose ()
It is a good beginning....But Modi sarcar should be firm on broader issues and particularly with Arunachal pradesh...
Mahendra Jamnadas Vithlani (Unknown)
If asian giants unite there can be peace globally.India Russia chine japan and korea stay in one block western supremacy will end.
nan ksn (Unknown)
Hindi- Chini hai hai... but with caution please..!!
tehsinkhan pathan (ahmedabad)
"when India and China meet the world watches us " ...Rightly said. If these two countries joint hands together They can override world's largest economy America...
Ashish Roy (Bagnan)
Since the Chinese premier has taken the lead to invite India to APEC, I do hope we do join it.
Dev Indian (Unknown)
Good job instead of conflict between the two country if we come together the whole world will shiver so we we must work together towards development , towards progress and growth. Stay Happy
good to see the two nations talking as equals, eye in eye..!! however when dealing with China caution must be practised..!!!
World is eager to engage with Namo .Its external policy is significant as compare to cong
Sir dont commit any business with them ... We hv better option Japan..
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It's a good start by MODI JI and hope relations with China will improve. The border issue and bilateral trade imbalance should be corrected and resolved once for all. All the best to MODI JI. SARDAR Patel had as early as 1950 had warned NEHRU that China is our biggest enemy. A cautious approach is required with TJIS northern neighbour.
First Xi's emissary Wang came to Delhi(and Mr. XI said that stapled visa to Arunachal Pradesh is fine. He said this on Indian Land itslef and Indian government could do nothing), followed by the visits of Vice President Hamid Ansari' and Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh to China recently(Mr. Ansari and Mr. Singh was visiting china and China was sending helcoptors in Uttrakhand, they both could do nothing). We can only hope for the best..
aaaaaa Kumar (India)
Chins are cunning. Treat them with caution. They follow no rules regulations
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Richa Kapoor (New Delhi )
It is good that Indian PM, Narendra Modi met Chinese President. However, history has taught us that China has always back stabbed India. Hence , it is important that he adopts caution. ....
Alfa Dog (Unknown)
Thank to God ,Obama is not present this time or sit in meeting like "KABBAB mai HADDI"
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ratnakar srinivas (Location)
I would like to see Indian Rupee the most sought after currency in the world
AmanT kumar (Unknown)
The meeting was scheduled for 40 minutes but it went on for 80 as it was freewheeling discussion without any constraints. Good start
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