G20 summit: Xi Jinping said - 'through Negotiations we are ready to resolve the dispute'


Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday, during the G20 summit, proposed to resolve disputes with him through negotiations with all countries, including India. Jinping said that China is ready to establish peaceful co-existence with all countries on the basis of mutual respect, equality, and mutual benefit.

He said that China will always work to build global peace, contribute to global development, and protect the international system. He said that we can make joint efforts to resolve differences through negotiations, resolve disputes through negotiations, and for world peace and development. This statement of Xi Jinping is considered to be very important due to the arrival of India with East Ladakh during the six-month-old military standoff.

Modi-Jinping will share the stage of the G20 conference

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and US President Donald Trump are participating in the G20 conference. The G-20 conference began Saturday with video conferencing due to the Corona epidemic. G20 President and King of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud said at the opening of the G20 conference that 2020 is an extraordinary year due to the Corona epidemic. This has resulted in global economic and social losses, which have shaken the whole world.