The bilateral meeting with President Xi would take place on June 9, while meetings with other leaders on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) Summit in Qingdao were being finalised, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said at a media briefing here.
On the differences between China and India, including the vexed boundary issue, the envoy said the two leaders have given strategic guidance to the officials on both sides to properly manage and control their differences.
While some hailed the summit recognising the need for an allied future with greater cooperation in all areas, photographs of Modi and Xi shaking hands were splashed across the front pages of many Chinese dailies.
Wuhan, which lies at a distance of 1162 kms from Beijing, was reportedly chosen as a venue for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping's meeting as Beijing is said to be keen on showcasing the central region of China to the Indian PM.
Xi, who is also head of the military and the ruling Communist Party, has made military modernisation a key policy platform, with advanced new equipment like stealth jets and aircraft carriers either already in service or development.
The Congress which is held every five years is expected to be held in October at Beijing. Xi Jinping, 64, who is completing his five year tenure as party general secretary, President and head of the Army, is widely believed to get a second term.