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12 years later tripartite talks between India and Russia-China.

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Leaders of India, China and Russia have demanded reforms in multilateral institutions such as the UN and the World Trade Organization. He also attracted attention on the benefits of the open economy for a multilateral trade system and global development. It was a trilateral meeting of India, China and Russia after 12 years.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, China’s President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday pledged their tripartite talks. It was merged with the three countries after a gap of 12 years. Leaders of the other three G-20 countries talked about several important issues during this period. PM Modi said, “Tripartite talks of RIC (Russia, India and China) have been great. President Putin, President Xi Jinping and I discussed many important issues, this dialogue will further strengthen relations between the three countries and will increase peace in the world.

Before the trilateral dialogue between the other Russia-India-China G-20 Summit, there was a trilateral dialogue between PM Modi, President Trump and Japan’s President Shinzo Abe.

Improvements in India’s relations with China
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday that after the Wuhan Summit, there has been a clear improvement in bilateral relations between the two countries and both sides are optimistic that 2019 will be even better year. In his fourth meeting this year, Modi and Xi also discussed joint efforts of furthering mutual trust and friendship between the two countries. Both leaders presented a meeting with the G20 conference in Buenos Aires, capital of Buenos Aires

Modi and Xi have met twice in China in April after the informal conference of Wuhan of China. They met at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) conference in Qingdao, China in June and then they met at the BRICS summit in Johannesburg, South Africa in July. Modi later tweeted, “There was a great meeting with President Xi Jinping.” He said that there were talks on several bilateral and global issues. He said, “Our regular interaction has strengthened relations between India and China”. Describing Wuhan Conference as a milestone in India-China relations, Modi told Xi’s that he would host him in an informal meeting next year. There is hope to do.