As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold a series of meetings in a first of its kind ‘informal summit’, the Opposition Congress while taking a dig at Modi said that they wonder if he will raise the Doklam Standoff with China.
As Modiji ‘hugs’ his friend, President, Xi Jinping today in Wuhan, China, will he remember his innate duty to protect India’s strategic interests & question China on occupation of #Dokalam impacting India’s National Security?
— Randeep Singh Surjewala (@rssurjewala) April 27, 2018
Modi will meet Xi at about 3 pm on Friday at the Hubei provincial museum. The two leaders will head for a one-on-one meeting at the premises and also tour the museum together.
Later, a structured meeting between Modi and Xi, with six officials on each side, will be held at the museum premises. The two sides will then move to the State Guest House, a palatial complex in the heart of the city along the East Lake, where the leaders will meet once again accompanied by the officials. Modi and Xi will again meet for dinner at the guest house Friday evening.