China praises Modi, sees likely resolution of border dispute

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    China praises Modi's leadership, sees likely resolution of border dispute

    BEIJING: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here next month, China on Wednesday said the border dispute has "good prospects" of resolution if it is backed by "strong political will" from both sides.

    Huang Xilian, deputy director general of Asian affairs, said Beijing wants India and China to act as a "bridge" for the development of Nepal and Sri Lanka so as to reduce strategic rivalry between the two Asian giants and firm up their strategic influence in the region.


    "There are lot of perceptions about border issue. So long as the two leaderships have strong political will we have good prospects for the resolution of the border issue," Huang said at a briefing to Indian media about Modi's visit which is expected to take place in the third week of next month.

    Huang stated that progress has been made in recent Special Representatives (SR) talks held in New Delhi.

    "We believe that the two SRs will continue to carry on this process according to the consensus reached by the two leaders," he said in reply to a question as to whether China is open for a resolution of the border dispute based on status quo.


    Border dispute: India, China take positive steps

    China says the border dispute is confined only to 2,000km mostly in Arunachal Pradesh whereas India asserts that the dispute covered the western side of the border spanning to about 4,000 km, especially the Aksai Chin area annexed by China in 1962 war.

    The two sides have held 18 rounds of talk and expectations are high on both sides as both Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping were regarded as strong leaders who could clinch a solution.

    "We have a very long border. You can see anywhere in the world there will be shooting crimes, but generally speaking, along the border we have maintained peace and stability, there have been no shooting incidents in the past decade. What is important is that both sides should work together to avoid such kind of incidents and promote tranquillity and stability," he said.


    Praising the Indian Prime Minister's leadership, Huang said since "Modi took over, the whole international community has shown interest in India. We have seen the new momentum has been achieved in economic development." "Made in China and 'Make in India' can work together," he said.

    "The new government introduced a lot of reforms and measures. We are happy to see the new momentum and hope that India will achieve progress in future and develop faster," Huang said adding that India's development will bring more opportunities to China and the region.


    Hectic preparations are underway on both sides to make Modi's visit a success and Huang said a number of agreements were expected to be signed during the trip.
    China praises Modi's leadership, sees likely resolution of border dispute - The Times of India
     
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    Standard Chinese policy, good neighbor bad neighbor, you'd see them praising us and trying to resolve border issue and the next day they'd be either ramming your fishermen ship with their coast guard or infiltrate your territory painting silly chinese graffiti on stones.:boink:
     
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    The day Tibet &Xinjiang got Independence from China,Ind-Chi will become best buddies once again :p
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    A Devil can cite scriptures for its purpose.

    Wah Guru de Khalsa, Wah guru de fathe

    The Chinese are saying 'Gone for tea'. Now say that it Punjabi and you will get the meaning! :pound:
     
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    neither of them is gaining any Independence without outside support or internal implodes..

    tibet is half of chinese size impossible to free it.

    Xinjiang would another headce if it gets freedom and islamist frenzy caught it
     
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    Actually, I don't want to see any area independence from India.

    All of you ,pay attention to the divisioned contory, like Iraq Ukraine and some African countries. Full of war turmoil famine and death .

    How darkness you are? Do you understand what China is now?

    I suspect you are brainwashed by western media. Use your brain , if Chinese full of oppressive or dictatorship or aggression, How can China keep gorwing in last 30 years?

    How can China be the Second of the world?

    China praises Modi's leadership, because China see bope between India and China , not just because the resolution of border dispute.
     
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    Why does China have border issues will all its neighbours? China single handedly will ensure western countries meddle into Asian affairs...
     
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    China only have border issues with India on the land. China have the exclusive economic zone issues with Vietnam Philippines in South China Sea. it's two different problem.

    In east China have island issues with Japan. Pay attention, Japan have island issues with all neighbours, include Korea China and Russia .

    And India , also have border issues with it's neighbours.

    On the land China have 14 borders with neighbours . India only have 6.
     
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    By border I did not mean only land, also include economic zone, which also arise due to dispute over its ownership...

    India has issues only with Pakistan and China, to which we have our land occupied.
     
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    I would prefer to keep the border unresolved and make a claim to the origin of our rivers and such areas since PRC might not play fair on their paths since it is clear that this is not only about Border issue at certain landmarks but about relationship and how one another would co-habitat. Will resolving borders mean that everything between India and PRC will be good ... since if they are making claims on the East on such reasons we need to explore the access to areas where we go like they did in the west and invade like they did in 1960s for a road access. We needs to analyse the PRC behavior carefully and it would be good to test it by being more forceful in our UNSC aspirations. We also need to get them to declare their relationship with us is for cooperation is it purely adversarial. if it is the latter the PRC needs to realize that the region will adjust and Pakistan and North Korea will be their (only) supporting vehicles and let it be ... India needs to get PRC into such a position if they want to.

    We also need to make Nepal constitution a Hindu republic constitution at the earliest (it was a Hindu Kingdom) and if PRC wants Nepal can be used for corporation with India.

    Also whatever happening in PRC the East Germany and Berlin had similar discussion in 1980s ... and with PRC talking about QE themselves that is funny . Japan + USA + EU and now PRC ... they also joins Islamic banking ... perhaps it is better to wait some time to see what happens next because it is uncharted financial territory ... Japan is small pioneer and when they rose interest rates 0.25% ... no shame in going to near 0% again !!
     
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    India is rising and we should make sure no country even try to thunk to harm any of our strategic and trade interests.

    We need to build our capabilities fast !
     
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    I kinda feel that the Tent Party from China will show up inside Indian territory while Modi is on the visit or have some unscheduled defense test and such that can turn the atmosphere to a more hostile tone.

    Old habits die hard Plus the commies have "a peculiar way" of conducting their business.
     
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    It is not "peculiar way" but plain and simple "show of strength".
     
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    It is..its peculiar because such sends wrong signals no matter what how good the intention is. The psych clashes and everything takes it back to square 1.
    Well...show of strength should happen at the right atmosphere and ambiance.
    Such stunts are merely a showoff of consistent insecurity..
     

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