India, China to hold border talks on Friday, first after Doklam standoff
NEW DELHI: India and China will hold the next round of border talks here on Friday, the first after the 73-day-long military standoff between the two countries in Doklam in summer months.
Ahead of the talks, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told a media briefing that this SR meeting is not only a high-level channel for the border issue discussion but also the platform for strategic communication.
Santu-11 hours ago
You can trust a snake but not the Chinese,
Venkataramani Vs-Mumbai-10 hours ago
It is high time to learn lessons. Our motherland is also getting mightier.
Shankar-Chennai-9 hours ago
After Mr.Trump taken over his Presidency at USA China fears his aggressive decisions on Global and territorial problems. Hence, this meet after Doklam standoff.
Real Muslim-Chandigarh-9 hours ago
Quickly Settle border issues with India is in china''s best interest. India is getting closer to US by the day & chinkis becoming US enemy by the day. China has started to threaten US over Taiwan. China''s days are short lived
Ajay Varma-10 hours ago
With Modiji and BJP around India is in save hands and the sovereignty of the nation won't be in any sort of trouble this meeting with china will benifit both nations equally or non
Ajay Varma-11 hours ago
Doval and Modiji will once again give these Chinese goosebumps if these hyprocrats communists try to act smart