Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Jinping are set to meet for the first time amid border tensions.


Bangla Hunt Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping are set to face off amid tensions on the Ladakh border between China and India. The two heads of state will be face-to-face at the BRICS summit on November 19, 2020. However, the meeting of the leaders of the two powerful countries will be online. Since Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister in 2014, the two have met 16 times. Of these 17 meetings, two were informal summits. One conference was held in Buhan in 2016, another in Mamallapuram in 2019.

This time, Modi-Jinping is going to face the tensions on the border between the two countries through a virtual meeting for the first time. The two leaders will attend the BRICS meeting via video conference. Apart from Prime Minister Modi and Jinping, the BRICS meeting will be attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin, the President of Brazil and the President of South Africa.

According to an official statement issued by BRICS, the main topics of the BRICS leaders' meeting are global stability, security of partnership and innovative development. ” The main purpose of hosting the BRICS meeting in Russia in 2020 is multilateral cooperation among BRICS countries. Contribute to raising the standard of living of the people. The BRICS statement said, “This year, the five countries have continued their deep strategic partnership on three main pillars – peace and security, economy and money, culture and people-to-people exchanges.”

Let me tell you, no matter how much Prime Minister Modi and Jinping face each other in this BRICS summit, there will be no separate talk between them. On the other hand, a day ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the longest tunnel in the world in Himachal Pradesh. A day after the tunnel was inaugurated, China threatened to destroy the tunnel if war broke out between the two countries. India is very angry with this comment of China.