New Delhi: Meng Jianzhu, Secretary of the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission of the Communist Party of China, met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday and discussed issues of mutual interest.
They also discussed bilateral counter-terrorism cooperation, according to an official statement.
Prime Minister Modi welcomed the intensive exchange of high-level visits between India and China over the last two years and said such visits contribute to building strategic understanding between the two countries.
“Terrorism poses the gravest threat to international peace and security,” Modi said and welcomed increased cooperation between India and China on counter-terrorism related matters.
First Published | 9 November 2016 9:15 PM