New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee will be leaving for a four-day state visit to China on Tuesday. Briefing the media on his visit, an External Affairs Ministry official said during the visit whole range of bilateral relations including political, economic and global issues will come up for discussion.
Replying to a question if China’s stand on Nuclear Supply Group (NSG) membership issue will come up for discussion, the official said the two countries would discuss all issues.
Replying to another query on India’s effort to put Masood Azhar, the main accused in the Pathankot airbase attack, on the UN list of proscribed terrorists, the official said both countries are in touch with each other on the issue.
There has been several top level bilateral visits between the two neighbouring giants, including Chinese President visit to India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to China last year, in which investment agreements worth 22 billion dollars were signed.