NEW DELHI : India’s foreign minister will travel to China this weekend, New Delhi said on Wednesday, a day after Barack Obama ended a visit aimed at renewing US ties with the South Asian country. Sushma Swaraj will hold three-way talks with her Chinese and Russian counterparts during the trip the Indian foreign ministry said. Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said they were aimed at enhancing “political trust”. “China and India are two largest developing countries and major emerging economies,” she said.

“We are enhancing our mutual political trust and practical cooperation in various fields.”