Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu will be heading to China for a week tour from April 1, on behalf of the union government. Naidu will lead an Indian delegation to China, as a prelude to PM Narendra Modi, for strengthening the bilateral relations between India and China.
Besides strengthening the cordial relations between the two countries, the AP CM will also promote the truncated state and attract investments. The high-level delegation will focus its attention on relations between the Asian giants.
Apparently, the Chinese government has asked the government of India to send a delegation to promote the friendly ties between the two Nations. While the union government has written to Mr. Chandrababu Naidu to lead the delegation to the visit to the communist nation, the AP CM has accepted the invitation.
The AP CMO stated in the press release, “China recently invited India to send senior leaders’ team to their country to improve bilateral relations. Following this, the Ministry of External Affairs suggested that Naidu lead the delegation on behalf of the Centre. The Chief Minister has sent a letter to the Ministry of External Affairs expressing his willingness to lead the team.”