Published: Sun, July 29, 2018
World News | By Sandy Lane

Russian Federation ties deep rooted, says PM Modi on meeting with Putin

Russian Federation ties deep rooted, says PM Modi on meeting with Putin

Chinese President Xi Jinping said there would be no victor in a global trade war, urging fellow developing powers on Wednesday to reject unilateralism in the wake of tariff threats by U.S. President Donald Trump.

He called on the two sides to strengthen strategic communication, increase mutual trust, promote practical cooperation, as well as cultural and people-to-people exchanges, strengthen dialogue and properly manage differences, it said.

Narendra Modi (left) with Xi Jinping in Johannesburg on Thursday.

Both leaders also "reaffirmed their readiness to give the necessary direction to their militaries to enhance communications between them to maintain peace and tranquillity in the border areas", he said.

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"While we remain committed to an energy mix that includes nuclear, South Africa is not yet at the point where it is able to sign on the dotted line,"Ramaphosa's spokeswoman Khusela Diko said about the meeting between Putin and Ramaphosa".

During their several one-on-one meetings in Wuhan, the two leaders had agreed to ensure peace and tranquility along the disputed boundary in the aftermath of the 73-day military standoff in Doklam (Donglang in Chinese) past year.

The Congress leader said the way Chinese Army strength of Brigade-level was there in north Doklam and in southern Doklam in the Siliguri corridor, China has constructed a road, but the "prime minister and defence minister did not speak anything on it".

The President was met at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport by Vice President Retired General Dr Constantino Chiwenga, Minister of State for Harare Province Miriam Chikukwa, Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda, service chiefs and senior government officials.

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On the last day of the BRICS summit, Prime Minister Modi re-affirmed India's support to African countries. "Wide ranging and productive talks with President Putin". "It has been decided an Indian trade delegation will be travelling to China on August 1 and 2".

The discussion also included possibilities of export of urea among other items from India to China.

The BRICS mechanism has played a positive role in boosting the BRICS countries' economies and worldwide trade, said Ronnie Lins, director of the China-Brazil Center for Research and Business.

According to him, school and university curriculam must be prepared in such a way that the youth can prepare for the future and said that it must be ensured that the changes in technology find place in such curricula.

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