India, Russia, China hold 2nd trilateral meeting after 12 years

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During their fourth meeting this year, Modi and Xi on Friday discussed joint efforts to further enhance mutual trust and friendship between the two giant neighbours. He also appealed the Countries to join the worldwide solar alliance to harness the energy which does not affect the environment.

India, Russia, China hold trilateral after 12 years; call for reforming multilateral institutions Buenos Aires: Leaders of India, China and Russia have called for reforming multilateral institutions, including the United Nations and WTO, as they underscored the benefits of a multilateral trading system and an open world economy for global growth and prosperity during a trilateral meeting they held after a gap of 12 years.

Russian Federation is committed to deepening practical cooperation and coordination with China to safeguard global peace and security and build an open world economy, Putin said.

One was the first trilateral with Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and the other with Presidents Xi and Putin in the second trilateral held after a 12-year gap.

Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said, "Prime Minister Modi extended South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa invitation to be chief guest for India's Republic Day in 2019 & Ramaphosa accepted". India's ties with both the USA and Japan have strengthened enormously under the Modi Government.

Talking to reporters, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said there was a "complete unanimity" of views both on worldwide political situation and global economic situation. "Both of them said that progress has been made on the economic side", he said.

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He stressed that reforming the WTO is very important and said it is not only important but it is also necessary to carry forward the dialogue on trade, in services and promoting the global value chain in the agricultural sector.

A statement issued by the Chinese Foreign Ministry in Beijing said Mr. Xi told Mr. Modi that many important consensus points on the development of China-India relations were being implemented and the relations were are steadily improving.

Modi said, "In a way, "JAI" is a message of success and we are making a new beginning".

"Excellent meeting of the RIC (Russia, India, China) Trilateral".

A trade war between United States and China, and a Russia's naval skirmish with Ukraine have loomed over the gathering of the world's top 20 economic powers.

Xi said it is necessary for India and China to deepen pragmatic cooperation, expand bilateral trade, strengthen cooperation in investment, medical and health, poverty reduction, environmental protection, disaster prevention and reduction, and expand people-to-people and cultural exchanges.

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