Beijing: Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on Friday accorded grand reception at the Great Hall of People in Beijing when he arrived for talks with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on the second day of his visit to China.

Together with Mr. Li, he inspected the guard of honour and then settled for formal talks with him during which the two sides were expected to discuss a host of issues, including the border issue as well as Chinese investments in India.

This is the second round of talks Mr. Modi is having with the Chinese leadership during his three-day trip.

On Thursday, he had informal talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping during which all the contentious issues, including the border issue were discussed.

After series of meetings on Friday, including an address to the students of Tsinghua University and attending the demonstration of Yoga-Tai Chi, the Chinese martial art, along with Mr. Li, he would head to Shanghai on Friday evening. Mr. Modi on Friday thanked Mr. Xi for productive discussions at Xi’an and posted photos of his visit to the historic city on Weibo.

“Had productive discussions with President Xi. Special thanks to him,” one of his tweets said.

He posted four photos of himself, which included a photo of him and Mr. Xi along with a monk.

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