India-Beijing ties outweigh events like Doklam: Chinese foreign minister
BEIJING: China's foreign minister Wang Yi has said that friendship and good neighbourliness between India and China are far more important than "partial frictions" on the border.
Speaking at a symposium on China's diplomacy before leaving for New Delhi where he is attending the Russia-India-China (RIC) meeting of foreign ministers, Wang said, "Both being big developing countries, China and India have far greater shared strategic interests than concrete differences, and far greater needs for cooperation than partial frictions."
Wang specifically mentioned the 73-day border stand-off between troops of the two countries at Doklam near Sikkim which ended last August.
At the same time, Wang made it clear that it was Beijing, which has been taking the initiative to resolve differences with India.
Shyamal-India-8 hours ago
India''s diplomatic and military strength is at peak and in safe hands of Sushmaji, Nirmala ji and Modi ji.
Ganesh Gurunathan-India-8 hours ago
Let China abandon Pakistan a terrorists heaven...then we will decide what to do with you...We will be number one in everything by 2050..and china will be at my feet.
Dayanand-8 hours ago
Sir you are 100% correct. Trust India. India will never cheat. We are longing for brotherhood & friendship & hate hatred.
Dean-traveller-8 hours ago
Chinese wants their goods to be sold in Indian market!! that is their only interest.
Indian Dan-8 hours ago
What a lying hypocrite this Chinese FM is - if so then move away from Doclam !
dr Bhattacharjee-8 hours ago
Indias cliseness with US, Aus & Japan has softened up yhe Chibese.
Vivek Nair-8 hours ago
Never trust a chinease... keep your powder dry
Proud Indian-8 hours ago
when backstabber savages talk peace, it is time to be extra alert, chinese should be planning something that is why they are being sweet
Anonymous-8 hours ago
He is bullshitting. Chenese are all about power.
Kundi Mula-8 hours ago
chinkies want Indian market money