Ministry's spokesman Gao Feng told reporters that the heads of the two economic and trade teams would hold trade talks according to instructions passed down from the Presidents of the two countries.
US President Donald Trump Tuesday said he will hold an extended meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan next week, amid the ongoing trade war between two of the world’s largest economies.
China's state media on Monday announced that Xi will be on a two-day visit to North Korea from Thursday, becoming China's first President to visit the reclusive Communist state in 14 years.
"No meeting is being organised between Prime Minister Modi and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. There is nothing more that I can add at this stage," External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said here on Monday.
"I don't know how China can do this because I'll be honest, we are getting hundreds of millions of dollars brought into our country. We've never gotten USD 0.10. We are getting hundreds of billions of dollars coming into our country," said Donald Trump.
On Friday, American and Chinese negotiators ended their 11th round of talks after failing to reach agreement to end the trade war that began in 2018 with Trump's decision to impose a 10 per cent tariff on $200 billion worth of goods from China, which retaliated with levies on $60 billion worth of US products.
Top Chinese and US officials are meeting here to reach an agreement after the world's two biggest economies entered into a trade war and imposed tariffs on more than USD360 billion in two-way trade.
Trump described Chinese President Xi Jinping as a king.
Ministry's adviser and spokesperson Khaqan Najeeb Khan said that "all procedural formalities" for the transfer of the USD 2.1 billion (15 billion yuan) loan being provided by the Chinese government have been completed, and "the funds will be deposited in the State Bank of Pakistan's account by Monday, March 25", the Dawn newspaper reported.
Kim is in Beijing on his third visit to China this year, underscoring the major improvement in relations between the communist neighbors.
At Wuhan, the two leaders will "exchange views on overarching long term strategic issues as well as the latest trends of the world so that the world will develop in a more stable way," Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said
Swaraj's meeting with Wang comes just days after National Security Advisor Ajit Doval met top official of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) Yang Jiechi in Shanghai.
China today indicated that there will be a meeting between President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of on-going BRICS summit at Xiamen
President Xi also said that the People's Liberation Army should strictly follow the absolute leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and "march to wherever the Party points to."
Sharif returned from Astana after attending the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit on the sidelines of which he met Presidents of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Russia. Conspicuously absent was a meeting with Xi.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged the construction of a "Great Wall of Steel" to safeguard national unity, ethnic solidarity and social stability in the violence-hit Xinjiang region.
In a U-turn, US President Donald Trump today agreed to honour the decades-old 'One China' policy during his first telephonic conversation with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, in his first phone conversation with the US President-elect Donald Trump, on Monday said cooperation is the only correct choice for the two nations.
Amidst the growing conflict over the disputed South China Sea, Chinese President Xi Jinping is pushing his country’s People's Liberation Army (PLA) to train hard to win wars as it expands its high tech arsenal.
Chinese President Xi Jinping today asked Muslims of his country to resist illegal religious infiltration.