China says it's pleased with strategic talks with India

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China says it's pleased with strategic talks with India

India's foreign secretary S Jaishankar and China's executive vice foreign minister Zhang Yesui
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  • China said the dialogue reached the expected goals
  • The dialogue was held in a friendly atmosphere
BEIJING: China said on Thursday that the strategic dialogue with India, which took place on Wednesday, proved to be hugely successful resulting in "extensive agreements". The upgraded strategic dialogue involved two teams of officials with the Indian delegation led by foreign secretary S Jaishankarand China's executive vice foreign minister Zhang Yesuileading a group of Chinese officials.

"The two sides had an in-depth exchange and comprehensive exchange of views and reached extensive agreements," Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said at the ministry's regular briefing today. Officials on both sides "reached extensive consensus" while accepting the fact that "China and India have extensive converging interests and huge potential for cooperation," he said.
Jaishankar told Indian journalists on Wednesday that the strategic dialogue covered a wide range of issues, and resulted in better understanding of each other's perceptions on world affairs. But India was still strying to persuade China to change its stand on some sensitive issues while Beijing stuck to its opposition on censuring Pakistan based terroristUnited Nations Security Council, and allowing India to become a Disputes with India 'will persist', says China's state-run media


At Thursday's briefing, Shuang also said that "the dialogue reached the goals as expected, and is of positive significance for bilateral relations". The governments of the two countries charted out a programme for improving relationship in different areas in 2017 and advance "practical cooperation, strengthen coordination and cooperation on regional and international issues".

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"The sound and steady development of India-China relations is in the fundamental interest of both countries and their peoples", he said. "The overall impression is this dialogue was held in a friendly atmosphere." he added.

Government departments in India and China will continue discussing several topics which came up during the strategic dialogue. They included issues like anti-terrorism, India's desire to join the NSG and Afghanistan's reconstruction and development.
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China only understands when kicked between legs. I would like to see continuation of the same get tough policy by India. China knows and has realized that her bullying is not working on any front.
 

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Wasn't Jaishankar whining about CPEC passing through Gilgit Baltistan a few days ago? So China told him to shut up again? :cool1:
 

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Let hope these talk yield results, also I want government to ask for China to reduce its taxes for Indian exports.
 

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nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn..aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...


never belive on chines or chiness news paper
Globel Times they just bluffing........

US navy practice in south china sea...

possible chiness try to looking for right time negotiation...for azhar masood and NSG meter with india to out of away.
if that day came when chinees not want to war with US navy on south china...!
than US will play a world stratagy game.. than chines deal with india.

and chiness Not make and Obstacle for india To azhar masood and NSG...
(thats possible game)
 

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Finally Modi government policy maybe paying off so China now coming to negotiating table.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating. So until the Chinese address our concerns and take action like in the cases of Masood Azhar and the NSG, it will just be more of the same.
 

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Wasn't Jaishankar whining about CPEC passing through Gilgit Baltistan a few days ago? So China told him to shut up again? :cool1:
They can ask a Paki official to STFU but not India's as they consider Pak to be its autonomous region and a pet poodle who will always do its bidding. India is a different ball game altogether. :tongue:
 

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Wasn't Jaishankar whining about CPEC passing through Gilgit Baltistan a few days ago? So China told him to shut up again? :cool1:
And Pakis were hiding in xi jinping stinky Ass while the meeting was going on because they know every details of the meeting :truestory:
 

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