President of the Pangoal Institution, Yi Peng, Was Invited to Participate in the Departure of the Indian Ambassador to China Gautam Bambawale
President of the Pangoal Institution, Yi Peng, Was Invited to Participate in the Departure of the Indian Ambassador to China Gautam Bambawale

In the evening of November 12, Yi Peng, president of the the Pangoal Institution, was invited to the Indian ambassador's residence in China to attend the departure of the Indian ambassador to China, Gautum Bambawale. During the period, Ambassador Gautam Bambawale affirmed the achievements of the Pangoal Institution and its Indian Research Center in 2018, and wished the Pangoal Institution to achieve more achievements in India's future research and development of friendly relations between China and India.

During his tenure, Ambassador Gautam Bambawale has expressed support for the Indian research work of the Pangoal Institution. On January 10th, Ambassador Bang Haoran visited the the Pangoal Institution soon after he took up his duties. He and Mr. Yi Peng, Chairman of the the Pangoal Institution, and many experts and scholars conducted an exchange symposium on the theme of "China-India Relations" to discuss 2018 China and India. A new chapter in the relationship. The two sides held a four-hour frank exchange on topics such as China-India relations, economic and trade industry cooperation, and non-governmental exchanges, and reached a consensus on the basis of rational, objective and inclusive attitudes to build a long-term friendly relationship between the two countries. The visit was also his first visit to the Chinese private think tank during his tenure, and he was widely concerned by more than a dozen mainstream Indian media including The Times of India, Hindustan Times, India Financial Express and Awakening Daily.

On June 5, 2017, Ambassador Gautam Bambawale officially submitted his credentials to President Xi Jinping. He served as Consul General of India in Guangzhou from 2007 to 2009. He also worked at the Indian Embassy in China and the Consulate in Hong Kong. "China Pass". During the inauguration of Ambassador Bang Haoran, from April 27 to 28, the top leaders of China and India held an informal meeting in Wuhan, which highlighted the strategic importance of China and India. Luo Zhaohui, Chinese ambassador to India, said in the evaluation of the meeting: The meeting will be a dance of the dragon and the dragon, and the results are rich and significant, which is a milestone in the history of bilateral relations. According to Lin Minwang, an academic member of the the Pangoal Institution and a researcher at the Institute of International Studies of Fudan University, Gautam Bambawale believes that Gautam Bambawale is coming to China at the time of resuming Sino-Indian relations. The task is arduous. Wuhan is informal. The meeting was held smoothly, indicating that he had a lot of hard work and good results.

It is reported that the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on September 28 that the current Indian special envoy to Vikram Misri was appointed as the next Indian ambassador to China. Soon after, Misri will go to China to work in China.

Since its establishment on October 12, 2016, the Pangoal Institution India Research Center has been committed to promoting non-governmental exchanges between China and India, helping China-India relations to develop and receiving wide attention and support from all walks of life in China and India. On the day of the establishment of the center, Vijay Golhale, then Indian ambassador to China and current Indian foreign secretary, personally attended the opening of the Indian Research Center of the Pangoal Institution. In 2016 and September 2017, the the Pangoal Institution delegation went to India for research. Visited the former Indian ambassador to China, Ashok Kantha, and conducted in-depth exchanges with him; on December 2, 2016 and May 29, 2018, Chinese Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui visited the the Pangoal Institution twice. Support for the work of the Indian Research Center; on March 21, 2018, Pankaj Sharma, the head of the Hindi language department of the All India Congress Committee, made a special trip to the Pangoal Institution. Discuss with the many scholars of the Indian Research Center how to effectively solve the existing problems of Sino-Indian relations; on May 29, Prof. Rajeev Gowda, a member of the Indian Parliament, the chairman of the Congress Party, and the economist Prof. Rajeev Gowda He visited the Pangoal Institution and held a discussion with the Indian Research Center scholars on "Indian Economics and Development Trends". In addition, the the Pangoal Institution India Research Center has also published several times including "Nuggets India: Are you ready?" "India Economic Information Biweekly", "China-India Relations", "BRIC Countries Cooperation: Seeking New Development Motives", "India Economic Development Review 2017", "the Pangoal Institution, India Industry Watch", and more The seminar was held with the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy, the British Institute for International Strategic Studies (IISS), the French Institute of International Relations (FIIR) and other well-known institutions in South Asia. In the future, the Pangoal Institution and its Indian Research Center will continue to contribute to the development of Sino-Indian relations and contribute to the strength of think tanks. ■

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