India and China share cordial ties and all outstanding issues between the two countries will be handled in a proper manner, Arunachal Pradesh Governor J J Singh said on Tuesday.
"Both the neighbouring countries have good relationship and if any minor issues are there they are being handled in a proper manner," the former Army Chief told reporters during his visit to Kolhapur in Western Maharashtra to attend a military function.
The border state, under the leadership of Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu, is marching towards progress and new projects are being taken up, Singh said.
The huge natural resources of the state are being tapped for development purposes, he said. "We are using water resources to generate electricity."
A lot of rural employment opportunities have been created in the state like using bamboos to make handicrafts which are in great demand, he said.
To improve road and communication links in the vast hill state, the Central Government has invested around Rs 20,000 crore, Singh said.