In a key trilateral meeting between India, China and Russia at the G-20 Summit 2019, key geopolitical issues are to be discussed
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russia President Vladimir Putin will hold their second trilateral summit in the G-20 Summit 2019 in Osaka, Japan.
Chinese External Affairs Officials have confirmed the trilateral meet-cum-talks on Monday, 24 June 2019.
In a media interaction on the upcoming two-day G-20 summit in Osaka from June 28-30, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs Zhang Jun said that the meeting of the leaders, who recently met at Bishkek at the Shanghai Cooperation Organsiation (SCO) summit, was of “great significance. He also signaled that the trilateral mechanism of Russia, India, and China (RIC) had now become institutionalized.
The three leaders are reportedly discussing protectionism and trade deals in the wake of strenuous sanctions by the USA on Iran which has brought oil imports on a roadblock deal for the three nations.
The three nations will also discuss trade remedial measures (and) national security exceptionalism.
Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs Zhang Jun also stated that the mechanism of China, India, Russia trilateral meeting has maintained a sound momentum of development for all the three countries.