PM Modi and the President of China will attend the BRICS conference on November 17

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will participate in the 12th Virtual BRICS Conference to be held on 17 November. The BRICS NSA met in Russia, with India’s National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and diplomat Yang Chiechi on behalf of China.

This time the theme of the meeting between the leaders of BRICS countries will be “BRICS partnership for global stability, shared security and innovative development”. “The main objective of the presidency of Russian BRICS in 2020 is to contribute to raising the standard of living and living of our people,” the statement said.

Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation Anton Kobyakov said – BRICS activities under the chairmanship of Russia are continuing in a normal manner despite the current global situation due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. Since January 2020, there have now been around 60 events, including Takchak video conferencing.

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Significantly, there has been a deadlock between India and China in East Ladakh since the month of May. So far, there have been several rounds of negotiations between the two countries, from diplomatic to military level. However, the military mobilization along the border is not decreasing. After the Galvan violence, the mutual trust between the two countries has remained negligible.

In such a situation, continuous efforts are being made to reduce tension on the border. But, the tension can also be gauged from the fact that the Chief of Air Force, while making a statement, said that there are no conditions of war nor peace on the border. The Air Force chief has said to give a befitting reply in the event of two front war. Amidst all this, if PM Modi and Chinese President are face to face during the BRICS conference then it is to be hoped that it will help in reducing tension.


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