Left stalwarts to meet Chinese leaders tomorrow
New Delhi: Top leaders of Left parties will meet their counterparts of Communist Party of China (CPC) here on Monday to discuss relationship between both the countries as
well as party-to-party relations.
A group of CPC leaders are in the capital to attend a conference "China and India: 60 Years and Beyond" organised by the Congress party here.
CPI(M)`s Prakash Karat and Sitaram Yechury, CPI`s AB Bardhan and D Raja and Forward Bloc`s Debabrata Biswas and G Devarajan will meet the Chinese leaders including Polit Bureau member Zhou Yongkang.
The leaders are expected to discuss party-to-party relations and India-China relations, a senior Left leader said.
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