Chinese Foreign Minister meets Modi, Sushma

Chinese Foreign Minister meets Modi, Sushma 

New Delhi, Aug 13 (IANS) Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Saturday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also discussed “issues of mutual importance” with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj here.

“A morning for neighbourly engagement,” External Affairs Ministry Spokesman Vikas Swarup tweeted after Wang called on Modi.

He later met Sushma Swaraj, after which the Indian and Chinese sides went into delegation-level talks.

Wang on Friday met Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar and reviewed the logistics and security arrangements for Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to the state in October for the BRICS summit.

Wang was among the first foreign ministers to be welcomed in India after the Modi government took office in May 2014.

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  1. Only naive and ill-informed people will trust China and I, for one, do not trust them as far as I can sneeze. They are the most dangerous country on this earth and only time will prove me right or wrong, unless democracy and/or uprising leads to balkanization of that landmass. I hope that a leader like Mikhail Gorbachev comes in that country – a country that has been ruled with an iron fist all these decades. Their defence budget is next to America’s.

    Pakistan is one of the countries that trusts China and their semi-literate Phrime Minister while giving a simple impromptu speech had to be helped and prompted by his beloved brother, Shahbaz Hussain, in saying, “Pakistan’s and China’s relations are loftier than Himalayas and deeper than the deepest sea and sweeter than honey.”

    When the China Pakistan Economic Corridor takes shape, the world will be amazed to see how the Chinese will screw Pakistan, subjugate, enslave and emanicipate them and by that time Nawaz Sharif would have settled down in London, staying in his palatial house and at the end (or beginning of a month) going out with his flunkeys and bouncers to collect rents on office premises and apartments and houses. If his tenants want any repair jobs or maintenance to be done, his maintenance crew will get it done with substandard Chinese spares and material.

    Common Pakistanis will realise that honey will not taste sweet, but acrid and bitter.

    Come every weekend, Nawaz Sharif, his beloved brother Shahbaz Sharif and, another crook and scoundrel, Asif Ali Zardari, will get together at each other’s residences in London to savour “Black Dog” whisky with “Sadia” chicken fillet, “Al Kabeer” mutton kabebs and then have a sumptous dinner – all with the looted money. Instead of saying “Cheers”, they will say “Long live Quaid-E-Azam”, a title bestowed by Mahatma Gandhi, which most Pakistanis are unaware of.

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