"President Xi and I will exchange views on a range of issues of bilateral and global importance," PM Modi said in a statement in New Delhi.
"We will discuss our respective visions and priorities for national development, particularly in the context of current and future international situation," he said.
"We will also review the developments in the India-China relations from a strategic and long-term perspective."
The upcoming meeting indicates a revival in ties between India and China, which faced a rough patch after a 73-day military stand-off between the two countries on the Doklam plateau in the India-Bhutan-China trijunction last year.
PM Modi's visit is being compared to the 1988 visit by then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, who met then China's paramount leader Deng Xiaoping and reset the bilateral ties strained since the 1962 war.
Besides the border row, a range of issues plague India-China ties.
China's opposition to India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group and its application at the UN to declare Pakistan-based Masood Azhar as a global terrorist are some other irritants.
The key artery of Beijing's ambitious Belt and Road project -- China-Pakistan Economic Corridor -- is another sticking point as its route passes through Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.
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