China Says Ties With India Now See Progress


China on Monday said its ties with India hold “great potential” and have witnessed new progress after a flurry of high-level exchanges.

Beijing and New Delhi are making efforts to repair the relations damaged by the 73-day military stand-off between their armies last year.

It is evident from the increase in visits by top diplomats from both countries, including the low-key one by NSA Ajit Doval last week.

“This year, under the guidance of the two leaders, China-India relations have been developing with a sound momentum. We have seen close exchanges at all levels and new progress in all around-cooperation,” Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said. Read More…

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