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Modi_WangOn a special mission sent by President Xi Jinping, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met newly sworn in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Inch Closer. fjallraven kanken backpacks One of the first strategic diplomatic meetings for Mr. Modi after taking office on the 26th of May, Beijing made sure that they made their mark on 7 Race Course Road, the official address of the Indian prime minister. At a time when Mr. Modi has already met SAARC leaders and expressed interest in meeting US president Obama and Japan’s Premier Shinzo Abe, Beijing is keeping a close eye on the man they have honed for so long. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang was the first foreign Head of Government to call Mr. air max pas cher Modi to convey his congratulations after he took over as Prime Minister. After the meeting Mr. Modi commented that China is always a “priority” in India’s foreign policy and welcomed greater economic engagement between the two countries. On a two day visit to New Delhi, Mr. new balance 999 homme blanche Wang Yi, initially met with India’s first female External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj where he discussed finer points of the Border Defence Cooperation Agreement, India’s sinking trade deficit with China which is expected to be solved with the Middle Kingdom assisting in the establishment of SEZ’s which will prove to be manufacturing powerhouses and export gold mines as well as final chinks in the Chinese President’s impending trip proposed this November. Air Max Goedkoop Nonetheless, before that Xi and Modi will have an opportunity to meet during the next BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) Summit to be held in Brazil this July. Kanken No.2 Effusive in his praise for the new government, Mr. Wang echoed voices of companies back home. China which has seen a stabilizing if not settling economy for a few quarters now, is keen to expand into other equally populous markets, India being a prime resource here. Beijing has high hopes the new government which has luckily won a majority will be able to live up to their promises and kick start effective productivity soon. Mr. Modi, a China enthusiast is keen to engage with and manage India like the Middle Kingdom. A hard working individual, he pursues efficiency, productivity and honest deliverables. While Chinese businesses have a lot of faith in his execution, his relations with the US and Japan are also being closely watched by China.

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