The agreements cover areas sch as railways, mining, outer space, earthquake science and engineering and tourism.
Speaking at a joint press conference, Modi said the two countries have a responsibility to turn the relationship into a source of strength and a force of good for the world.
While claiming that the meeting was a success, Modi spoke on the significance of clarification on the Line of Actual Control. â€śWe both restated our resolve to strive to maintain peace and tranquility in the border region. We should be sensitive to each othersâ€™ interest,â€ť he said.
As a confidence building measure, Modi announced India will grant e-visas to Chinese nationals desirous of visiting India.Â The announcement came while he was addressing students at the Tsinghua University in Beijing.
â€śThe re-emergence of India and China and their ties will impact both countries and the course of this century. I believe my talks with President Xi and Premier Li have advanced our relationship, which were complex earlier,â€ť he said.
Accepting that terrorism is a shared threat, he said, â€śInstability in West Asia and peace Afghanistan is in our benefit. I also wish that there is progress on issues such as visa policy and trans-border rivers.â€ť