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Chinese President Xi Jinping wraps up meet, leaves for Nepal
Chinese President Xi Jinping left for Nepal todat by an Air China aircraft, concluding his second informal summit with Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi, which has signalled a recalibration of bilateral ties.
Xi, wrapped up his about 24-hour stay during which he visited Mamallapuram near here and held informal talks with the Prime Minster.
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In his delegation level talks with Xi at a luxury resort overlooking the Bay of Bengal in Kovalam on the second and final day of the informal summit, Modi noted that India and China were global economic powers during most of the last 2000 years and were returning to stage gradually.
Jinping and Modi held a one-on-one discussion lasting about an hour at the Fisherman's Cove resort today, sending a clear signal of an intent to refashion ties for greater bilateral cooperation.
The two leaders took a stroll along the beach front and were seen having an engaging discussion. Earlier, Modi and Xi came together to the venue in a golf cart.
PM Narendra Modi on India-China relationship: We had decided that we will manage our differences prudently and won't allow them to turn into disputes. We will remain sensitive about our concerns and our relationship will contribute towards peace and stability in the world. (ANI)
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