Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the Chinese President Xi Jinping in Goa at BRICS 2016 and the meeting is said to be a “Fruitful”.
High-level delegation talks between India and China was conducted to review the bilateral relationship and its dimensions.
Both sides recognized terrorism as a key issue, While President Xi said They should strengthen their security dialogue and partnership. He also said that terrorism and violent extremism were on the increase, he alluded to the threat from ISIL. China opposes all forms, manifestations of terrorism and that there must be increase coop with India, said Xi.
On the other side, PM Modi said that both India and China had been victims of terrorism which were a scourge afflicting the entire region. He added, No country is immune from terrorism, and this is an issue of which we cannot afford to have any differences. India and China must increase their coordination in context of UN 1267 committee and look for common ground
According to MEA statement, One round of consultations had already taken place between two sides, President Xi said that second round would be happening soon. The two countries also discussed JeM terrorist Masood Azhar.
India is maintaining a dialogue with China on pushing for UN ban on JeM terrorist Masood Azhar. Expect China will see logic in it.