Beijing, July 26 (IANS) India's National Security Adviser Ajit Doval along with his BRICS counterparts will meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday. Doval will reach Beijing on Thursday to attend the two-day BRICS security meet. Officials here said the meeting will take place in the afternoon. It is to be seen if Doval and China's top diplomat Yang Jiechi will meet on the sidelines of the summit.
Beijing, July 26 (IANS) China on Wednesday fumed over the Dalai Lama's planned visit to Botswana, warning the African country not to "harm" Beijing's "core interest". Beijing opposes countries keeping contact or hosting the Tibetan spiritual leader, who it calls "a wolf in sheep's clothing" and accuses him of secessionist activities in Tibet. "China has stated its position clearly on the Dalai Lama's visit to the relevant countries," Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said.
Beijing, July 26 (IANS) On the eve of Indian NSA Ajit Doval's China visit to attend the BRICS security summit, Beijing on Wednesday made clear that India's pullback from Doklam on the border remained the "precondition" for any dialogue on the issue. The Foreign Ministry said Foreign Minister Wang Yi's remarks, who on Tuesday blamed India for triggering the border row and asked it to withdraw its troops, were "authoritative".
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