China also reacts after PM Modi’s comments on LAC, but this time Beijing looks vengeful – India TV Hindi

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Prime Minister Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping (File)

Beijing: China has once again reacted to PM Modi’s interview with a foreign media. Beijing said that China and India have made “great positive progress” in resolving the border standoff and that the two sides are continuing to hold intensive talks. A senior Chinese Foreign Ministry official said this here on Friday. Let us tell you that Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning’s comment on China’s response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent statement has come in more detail. The Prime Minister had said that relations with China were important for India and the ‘long-standing situation’ on the borders should be resolved immediately.

While giving an interview to ‘Newsweek’ magazine, the Prime Minister hoped that through positive and constructive bilateral discussions at the diplomatic and military levels, both countries would be able to restore and maintain peace and stability on their borders. Regarding the border issue, I can tell you that China and India continue to cooperate through diplomatic and military means, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao said at a media briefing here. In-depth discussions have taken place and a lot of positive progress has been made.

India and China complement each other’s interests.

“We also believe that a healthy relationship between China and India is in the interests of both countries,” said the Chinese spokesperson, adding that China hopes that India will handle the differences properly and continue to advance bilateral relations. “A healthy and stable path.” This is the second time in the past few days that China has reacted to Modi’s interview. Modi said in his interview, “I believe that we urgently need to resolve the long-standing situation on our borders. To leave behind the idiosyncrasies in our bilateral dialogue,” he said, “India and China.” A stable and peaceful relationship between the two countries is important not only for the two countries but also for the entire region and the world.

Responding to a question on Modi’s interview on Thursday, Mao said that China has taken note of Prime Minister Modi’s comments. “Strong and stable China-India relations serve the interests of both countries and are essential for peace and development in the region and beyond,” he said. (language)

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