Modi and Jinping met for the first time after Galwan Clash, during dinner at G20 Summit

Publish Date: 15 Nov, 2022 |

G20 Summit: Indian PM Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping met during the G-20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia. The two leaders met during the G-20 dinner and after shaking hands, talked for some time. Let us inform that after the Galwan Clash in the year 2020, this is the first meeting of Modi and Jinping on any platform. 20 Indian soldiers were martyred in the Galvan clash. At the same time, after this, there is a situation of tension on the border with China.

PM Modi will hold Bilateral talks

Earlier, PM Modi and Xi Jinping met for the last time at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Samarkand, but the two leaders did not talk to each other in front of the camera. Had it. After this, PM Modi will hold bilateral talks on Wednesday (November 16) by meeting many other world leaders including UK PM Rishi Sunak.

Meeting video surfaced

However, the two leaders did not have a formal meeting.Also, it has not been revealed yet what the conversation between the two was about.He met Indonesian President Joko Widodo during a dinner in Bali.The video of the meeting of both has surfaced.Modi and Jinping shook hands with each other and also talked to each other for some time.Earlier, PM Modi also met many other global leaders on the platform of G-20.


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