India China Russia News: Russia India & China Can Held RIC Summit In Near Future With Putin PM Modi & Xi Jinping

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  • PM Modi and Chinese President may meet after a long time
  • This meeting between Modi and Jinping can happen due to the efforts of the Russian President
  • Vladimir Putin has also told Jinping about his visit to India

PM Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping may meet after a long time amid the ongoing tension on the China border from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh. This meeting between PM Modi and Xi Jinping can happen due to the efforts of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Yuri Ushakov, assistant to the Russian President, said that the summit between Russia, China and India could happen in the near future. Putin has also told Jinping about his visit to India.

“The topic of cooperation in the Russia-India-China (RIC) format has been discussed,” said Ushakov, spokesman for the Russian President’s Office. His statement comes at a time when Xi Jinping and Putin have held talks for more than an hour. Both Putin and Xi have agreed to continue further exchange of views in this regard and there may be efforts for a summit meeting in RIC format in the near future.
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Putin tells Xi Jinping about his visit to India
“Putin has told Xi Jinping about his visit to New Delhi,” Ushakov said. The last meeting of the RIC between the top leaders of the three countries was held in June 2019. This happened in Osaka during the G20 summit. There have been detailed discussions on cooperating within the framework of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Let us tell you that after the Chinese incursion in Ladakh and the Galwan violence, the relations between India and China have gone into the abyss.

Russia is trying to reduce the dispute and tension between India and China. India had raised the issue of China’s aggression in Ladakh in ‘2+2’ talks with Russia during Putin’s visit. He referred to “extraordinary militarization” in his neighbourhood. India has clearly stated that the challenges have arisen from “utterly unprovoked aggression” on the northern border. He is facing them. Apart from Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, the ‘two plus two’ foreign and defense talks were attended by External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov and Russian Defense Minister General Sergei Shoygu.


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