Prime minister Narendra Modi met Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday here in the midst of contrasts between the two nations over a pile of issues, including the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor which goes through Pakistan-possessed Kashmir (PoK).
The meeting was hung on Sunday morning on the sidelines of G20 pioneers summit at the Hangzhou West Lake state guesthouse.
The meeting between the two pioneers comes in the setting of hostile issues including posting of Pakistan-based psychological oppressor associations in the UN, China slowing down India's enrollment at the tip top Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and $46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
The two pioneers had last met at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit in June in Tashkent and again set to meet in Goa one month from now on the sidelines of BRICS summit.
China too has been worried over the nearby ties of India with the US and the as of late marked Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) which will give the militaries of both nations access to each other's offices for supplies and repairs.
After the meeting, both the pioneers will go to the BRICS pioneers meeting in front of the G20 summit to conclude their system at the summit.
Modi achieved Hangzhou on Saturday night in the wake of closing his two day visit in Hanoi. He will likewise have respective meeting with his Australian partner Malcolm Turnbull and Saudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad container Salman.
He will go to the two day G20 summit to start later here on Sunday. He will likewise meet British Prime Minister Theresa May and Argentinian President Mauricio Macri in the second and finishing up session of the G20, before coming back to Delhi.
A meeting amongst Modi and US President Barack Obama is, notwithstanding, not on the cards amid this excursion, authorities said.