PM Modi, Xi Jinping's One-On-One, Lunch To Cap Seaside Summit

President Xi Jinping is received upon arrival in Chennai India on Oct. 11 2019. The Associated Press

President Xi Jinping is received upon arrival in Chennai India on Oct. 11 2019. The Associated Press

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is now hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping in Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu, began his day in the coastal town by plogging at the beach. They had their inaugural Informal Summit in Wuhan, China on April 27-28, 2018.

The Indian Express newspaper quoted unnamed sources as saying Modi would urge Xi to be more "sensitive" to India's concerns, and to "explain to the Chinese president the reasons behind Delhi's decision on Kashmir".

Xi recalled his successful meeting with Modi in Wuhan previous year, which brought China-India relations into a new stage, and said that he is delighted to come to Tamil Nadu in southern India to further learn about the country.

Banwarilal Purohit, governor of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and the state's Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami wait beside the gangway and present flowers to Chinese President Xi Jinping upon his arrival in Chennai, India on October 11, 2019. The two world leaders took a tour of some of the historical sites across the town and later, a cultural programme, followed by dinner was hosted in President Xi's honour.

In their first informal meeting previous year, the two leaders reached the consensus that the differences between the two countries should not be allowed to turn into disputes.

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Of course, there has been no shortage of mutual praise and reference to history.

"Both leaders said that these were large countries and that radicalisation was a matter of concern to both, and that both would work together to see that radicalisation and terrorism did not affect the fabric of our multicultural, multi-ethnic, multi-religious societies", Gokhale told reporters.

However, the following year Xi and Modi patched things up in China's Wuhan.

Modi further added that the two countries are amicably finding solutions to disputed issues. Accompanied by Modi, Xi watched Bharatanatyam and other Indian classical dances, which represent ancient Indian civilisation. In the Shore Temple on the coast of the Indian Ocean, Xi and Modi talked about the domestic development of China and India and exchanged experience in state governance.

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