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Sino-Indian talks end on good note

Hindustan Times  New Delhi, August 09, 2009
First Published: 00:47 IST(9/8/2009) | Last Updated: 00:49 IST(9/8/2009)

Pending a settlement on the boundary issue, India and China have reiterated that peace and tranquillity should be maintained along their borders.

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The two sides made this commitment at the conclusion of the 13th round of India-China Special Representatives talks on the boundary question at New Delhi on Saturday.

The talks — between National Security Adviser MK Narayanan and Chinese State Councillor Dai Bingguo — covered a wide range of issues, besides the boundary question.

Describing relations with China as the key foreign policy priority for India, Narayanan said that the joint document on a “shared vision for the 21st century” — signed during Prime Minister Manmohan  Singh’s visit to China January last year — had taken bilateral relations to a new level.


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