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New Delhi, on August 25.
China and India’s leaders, President Xi Jinping and PM Narendra Modi, had a honest and detailed conversation about their countries’ relationship and other topics they both care about. The two parties got into an argument over diplomacy after the Chinese said that PM Modi had asked to meet with Jinping at the BRICS summit in Johannesburg on Thursday.
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Diplomatic sparring means when people in power argue or fight with each other using words and diplomacy.
India and China were arguing after China said that Prime Minister Modi asked for a meeting with President Jinping during the BRICS summit.
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The Chinese side asked for a meeting and they were waiting for a response. According to sources, the two leaders talked casually in the leaders’ lounge during the BRICS summit. This contradicts the statement from the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs which claimed that PM Modi had requested a meeting. The MFA stated that Jinping emphasized the importance of bettering relations, which benefits both sides and promotes peace, stability, and development globally and in the area. The meeting in India was more meaningful and focused on the border issue.
Foreign Secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra said that the Prime Minister expressed India’s worries about unresolved matters and emphasized the importance of maintaining peace and calm in border areas and respecting the Line of Actual Control (LAC) for improving India-China relations. He said the two leaders agreed that their officials should work harder to separate quickly. This part was not in the Chinese readout. The MFA stated that Jinping told PM Modi that both countries should consider the long-term benefits of their relationship and deal with the border issue wisely in order to keep peace and calm in the border region together.