PM Modi and Xi Jinping agree early trade and border negotiations

After its informal summit last month, PM Narendra Modi and president Xi Jinping They agreed at a meeting on the margins of the Brics in Brasilia that officials of the new high-level mechanism on trade and economy should meet at an early date.

During their discussions on Tuesday, the two leaders also noted that special representatives would have another meeting on issues related to the Limit Question and reiterated the importance of maintaining peace and security in border areas.

They agreed on the importance of maintaining a close dialogue on issues related to trade and investment, a press release said. Xi also thanked Modi for the substantial participation of India in the China Import and Export Exhibition in Carry off .

“Glad to meet you once again. We met for the first time in themselves ... This journey of unknown people has become a close friendship today, Modi told Xi.

Beijing welcomes more exports of high-quality products from India to China, Xi said and called on the two countries to expand trade and investment both ways.

India's decision to withdraw from the RCEP trade group is also in the discussion.