India Intelligence Report

   High Expectations for Trilateral Meet



  • Chinese diplomats have high expectations of trilateral meet with India and Russia

  • Say that it will bilateral ties and global peace

  • Indo-Sino relations progressing but not at optimal pace

Chinese diplomats and experts visiting the G8 summit for the “outreach program” were upbeat about the first trilateral meet between Russia, China, and India hoping that it will develop stuttering bilateral and strategic ties with India and maintaining global peace.

The trilateral meeting  will occur for the first time on the sidelines of the G8 summit and focus on their respective roles to positive impact regional peace and fight terrorism. In the past, the Foreign Ministers of the three nations have met on the sidelines of the United Nations’ meeting and in Vladivostok, Russia in June 2005 and this is the first time the top leaders are meeting together.

China has already established a strategic partnership with Russia which is being developed well. India and Chine also upgraded their bilateral relations to a strategic partnership level during Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's visit to India last year. While there have been numerous meetings at various levels, the relationship has not developed into desirable levels.

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