Modi said: "The border (with China) should be peaceful and stable." "It is necessary to resolve the border question," said Modi after holding talks with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping.
He also said that he is worried about the border dispute with China and he discussed the issue with Xi. "All issues including economic, political and security discussed over the last two days. We decided to step up engagement in diverse areas," he said.
Modi said that China has committed investments worth USD 20 billion in India over the next five years.
12 accord documents were exchanged between India and China
As many as 12 accord documents were exchanged between India and China.
The first agreement was on a new pilgrimage route to Kailash Mansarovar, while two accords were on trade development. One agreement was on audio-video co-production, and another was on cooperation in railways.
An agreement was on drug administration, while yet another was on exchanges between cultural institutions.
One MoU was also on the peaceful uses of outer space and another was on mutual administration and cooperation on customs matters.