Beijing: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is currently in China, will meet President Xi Jinping on Friday.
The meeting between the two leaders has been called as an 'informal summit'.
Modi arrived in China on Thursday night.
Speaking on his visit to the neighbouring nation, Modi tweeted: "I will be visiting Wuhan, China on 27-28 April 2018 for an Informal Summit with Mr. Xi Jinping, President of the People's Republic of China."
He said he will be discussing issues related to bilateral and global importance with the Chinese President.
President Xi and I will exchange views on a range of issues of bilateral and global importance. We will discuss our respective visions and priorities for national development, particularly in the context of current and future international situation.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 26, 2018
Modi said: "President Xi and I will exchange views on a range of issues of bilateral and global importance. We will discuss our respective visions and priorities for national development, particularly in the context of current and future international situation."
Modi also said he will review the developmental relations between the two nations.
"We will also review the developments in India-China relations from a strategic and long-term perspective."
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