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Wang Yi Meets with Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh of India

2014/04/15

On April 14, 2014, Foreign Minister Wang Yi met at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh of India, who came to Beijing to attend the sixth China-India Strategic Dialogue.

Wang Yi expressed that both as vibrant emerging markets and important major developing countries, China and India are cooperative partners by nature. On the basis of the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence jointly initiated by the two countries, both sides have successfully found a unique way of living in amity and cooperating for win-win results, which has pushed bilateral relations into a new phase with mature, rational and healthy development. This year marks the "Year of China-India Friendly Exchanges" and is also the election year in India. To maintain the current sound momentum of the development of bilateral relations is in line with the common interests of both sides. The Chinese side is willing to work with the Indian side to earnestly implement the consensus reached by the two leaders, to sturdily promote mutually beneficial cooperation and friendly exchanges in various fields, to speed up the progress of "one Belt one Road" and construction of the China-India-Myanmar-Bangladesh (CIMB) Economic Corridor, and to enhance strategic communication and coordination on international and regional issues, so as to achieve peaceful, cooperative and common development.

Sujatha said that India has attached great importance to the development of India-China strategic cooperative partnership. Last year was the "Harvest Year" of India-China relations, while this year is the "Year of India-China Friendly Exchanges" as well as the 60th anniversary of publishing the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence jointly initiated by India and China. India-China relations are faced with new opportunities for development. The Indian side is willing to work with the Chinese side to promote the exchanges of bilateral high-level visits, to deepen cooperation and exchanges in various fields, and to maintain the sound momentum of development of the bilateral relations.

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