China Welcomes Imran Khan, Narendra Modi Exchanging Pleasantries

China on Friday welcomed the exchange of pleasantries between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan on the re-election of the Indian leader. Beijing hoped the two arch-rivals would continue to show goodwill and resolve the Kashmir issue through dialogue.

“China has noted the interaction between the two leaders and we welcome that. Both the countries are important in South Asia and harmony between them serves the fundamental interests of both sides and it is the common aspiration of the international community,” said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang.

“We hope the two sides can continue to show goodwill, meet each other halfway, resolve differences through dialogue, improve their relations and jointly uphold regional peace and security,” he said. Read More

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