With an aim to exchange views on issues of bilateral and global importance, to elaborate visions and priorities for national development in the present and future international situation, India and China held their first ever informal Summit in Wuhan on April 27-28, 2018.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed that peaceful, stable and balanced relations between India and China will be a positive factor for stability amidst current global uncertainties. The representatives decided on strengthening the Closer Development Partnership in a mutually beneficial and sustainable manner in pursuit of national modernization and greater prosperity for their countries. Openly expressing their support regarding the work done by the Special Representatives on the Indo-China Boundary Question, the leaders urged them to intensify their efforts in order to reach to a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable settlement. Further, they agree to push forward bilateral trade and investment in a balanced and sustainable manner taking advantage of the complementaries between their two economies.