Prime Minister Modi foxes Chinese mandarins with the details of his 1st trip to Wuhan: For once the Chinese mandarins are catch napping by none other than Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the informal summit with a President Xi Jinping in Wuhan.
China’s Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui is revealing on Friday. During the first one on one meeting with President Xi at the Hubei Provincial Museum.
Prime Minister Modi foxes Chinese mandarins with the details of his 1st trip to Wuhan
Prime Minister Modi is telling his host that this was his second visit to Hubei province, surprising the Chinese officials, who are otherwise keep tracking of all bilateral and official visits minutely.
We did not know that Prime Minister Modi has to visit Wuhan earlier, Luo telling participant of a seminar in the two-day informal summit between the leaders of India and China which is holding in Wuhan city from April 27.
Modi tells Xi that when he is the Gujarat chief minister, he has an opportunity to visiting central China’s Hubei Province in a study tour to learning on the massive Three Gorges Dam.
Modi was the Gujarat chief minister from October 2001 to May 2014. The speed with which you are constructing this dam and its scale inspiring me. So I came on a study tour and spending a day at the dam, Modi has tells Xi.
As the world’s most massive hydropower project, the Three Gorges project is a multi-functional water control system in may Yangtze rivers.
It is comprising dam stretching 2,309 meters long and 185 meters high. 32 hydropower turbo-generators, a five-tier ship lock, and ship lift system.
Luo says China took special care to provide an enabling and comfortable environment for Prime Minister Modi in Wuhan. The ambassador himself carrying with him table clothes from Gujarat and Assam tea for the visiting dignitary.
Sharing some of the efforts making the Chinese leadership make Prime Minister Modi feel at home in the central Chinese city over 1,000 km from the Beijing.
Luo says President Xi had met the Indian premier 13 times in last five years of his first term.
Luo says Chinese officials are coming to know that Prime Minister Modi liking table clothes from Gujarat. So we are deciding to use them during the informal summit.
We did not serve Chinese tea to Prime Minister Modi but Assam tea, he says. During the summit, the two leaders agree to build on the rich cultures of the two great oriental civilizations and harness the precious human resources of the combining population of the 2.6 billion.
President Xi and Prime Minister Modi agree to step up cultural exchanging by promoting people to people links and unleashing the vitality of two emerging economy.
Two sides have agreed to establish a high-level cultural and people-to-people exchange mechanism, the envoy says.
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