BRICS summit 2020: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping are set to meet at the BRICS summit in November amid India-China border dispute. It is hoped that border disputes will also be discussed.
BRICS summit 2020: Amid tensions between India and China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping are set to meet at the BRICS summit in November. In such a situation, the same question arises in everyone’s mind as to how the two top leaders will come together amid the ongoing tensions on the Indo-China border.
India-China dispute to be resolved at BRICS meeting
According to media reports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend the BRICS meeting on November 17. The two leaders will meet via video conferencing. The situation has been exacerbated by the ongoing corona epidemic worldwide.
These five countries will be included
The twelfth BRICS summit between Brazil and Russia is made up of five countries. Which includes top leaders such as Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. India, China, South Africa will participate in the meeting via video conference.
For information, let us know that Modi and Shi will meet for the 19th time. The two leaders have met at least 18 times in the last 6 years. A lot of the time there was a meeting between the disputes and then the situation became stable. This time the two leaders will meet for the first time after the stalemate. The last time they shared a platform was on March 26, when Saudi Arabia hosted the G20 summit on the Kovid-19 epidemic. Modi and Shi also have a T20 conference. The annual G20 summit will be held four days after the BRICS summit. Sources say the BRICS summit resolution is an opportunity to resolve the stalemate