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Yang Jiechi Holds Talks with Special Envoy of Indian Prime Minister and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval
2014/09/09

 

On September 9, 2014, State Councilor Yang Jiechi held talks with Special Envoy of Indian Prime Minister and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval at Diaoyutai State Guesthouse.

Yang Jiechi expressed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent you to visit China as the Special Envoy to prepare for the upcoming visit by President Xi Jinping to India, which fully reflects the great importance the Indian government and people attach to the visit and the China-India relations. China and India are important neighbors to each other and the bilateral strategic cooperative partnership towards the peace and prosperity has been developing constantly. Both sides are witnessing the continuously expanded cooperation fields and have close communication and coordination on regional and global issues. President Xi Jinping's visit this time is the top priority in the current China-India relations and boasts an important significance of inheriting the past and ushering in the future. Both sides should join efforts to ensure the visit a complete success by achieving tangible results in politics, economy and trade, people-to-people and cultural engagement and other fields and charting the course for and planning the future development of China-India relations, so as to promote the China-India relations to a higher development stage and usher in a new chapter in the development of bilateral relations.

Ajit Doval said that at present, both Indian government and people are earnestly looking forward to the state visit to be paid by President Xi Jinping. The Indian side will work closely with the Chinese side to ensure the historic visit comprehensively advance the in-depth development of India-China strategic cooperative partnership, bring more benefits to the two countries and peoples, and send the world a positive signal of firm commitment to the friendly cooperation of both India and China.

Both sides also had in-depth exchanges of views on international and regional topics of common interest.

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