New Indian envoy to China presents credentials to Xi Jinping : India, News
India’s new envoy to China Gautam Bambawale met Chinese language President Xi Jinping on Tuesday and formally introduced his credentials as he begins a key diplomatic task.
Bambawale, who arrived in China on November 19, met Xi as is the observe for newly arriving envoys. He had a quick dialog with Xi after presenting his credentials.
A former envoy to Pakistan and Bhutan, the 1984-batch Indian International Service officer is a Mandarin-speaker who beforehand headed the Ministry of Exterior Affairs East Asia Desk which incorporates China, and has additionally earlier served in Beijing and in Guangzhou because the Consul Common.
He takes over at a key time within the relationship, when either side have been seeking to flip the web page after the Doklam standoff which ended on August 28. China’s international minister Wang Yi will journey to India for the December 11 Russia-India-China FM’s meet whereas the particular consultant Yang Jiechi will even journey to India this month for the subsequent spherical of border talks.
On Tuesday, officers from NITI Aayog together with Vice Chairman Rajiv Kumar and China’s Growth Analysis Heart, an official think-tank below the State Council, started the third annual inter-ministerial dialogue in Beijing, aimed toward coordinating each nations’ improvement methods in addition to response to world issues akin to rising protectionism.