Doklam standoff put severe pressure on India-China ties, says Chinese foreign minister
BEIJING: The Doklam standoff had put "severe pressure" on India-China ties though the issue was resolved through diplomatic means, Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi told External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj during their meeting in New Delhi.
The bilateral ties went through a serious test after Indian border troops "illegally trespassed" into the Chinese territory in June, Wang told Swaraj on Monday.
The Chinese foreign minister was in New Delhi to attend the Russia-India-China (RIC) Foreign Ministers' meeting.
Chicago Dude-Joliet-10 hours ago
NEVER BELIEVE CHINESE .
shovan das-11 hours ago
And they still have 1500 soldiers sitting there. They took over a port ( Hambantotta ) in SriLanka and signed 13 MOU''s in the Maldives. China is a danger to India and the world.
Dean-traveller-10 hours ago
China must understand India is not Pakistan . Pakistan may dance to Chinese music but we will not!!
Pranay-10 hours ago
The Congress President Mr. Raul D'Vinci can now start negotiating with Chinese Ambassador and arrange to give some more Indian territory to the Chinese to maintain good relation with them like his great grand father!!!
Thumbs Up-10 hours ago
Not Dokhlam but support to terrorists of pakistan like hafi saed by china and not supporting in NSG membership put ''severe pressure on ties'' .
Vishal-10 hours ago
Don't trust China, just suck the good things from them and leave the bad things for Porks
Kingmaker-10 hours ago
Never down your gaurd when dealing china. They may turn around anytime.