India and China hold talks for strengthening strategic partnership and mutual dialogue India minister of state for external affairs VK Singh with Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi
India has said said it looks forward to strengthen its strategic partnership and mutual dialogue with China as the two sides held talks amid differences over a host of issues including the $50 billion CPEC and India’s NSG membership bid. India minister of state for external affairs V K Singh met China foreign minister Wang Yi on the sidelines of the BRICS foreign ministers’ meeting being held in Beijing to finalise the agenda for this year’s BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) summit to be held in September in China’s Xiamen city. They discussed steps to strengthen strategic…
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