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UPDATED: 19:04, September 22, 2005
China, India to hold sixth meeting on border issue
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The special representatives from China and India are scheduled to hold their sixth meeting on border issue in Beijing from Sept. 26 to 27, said Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang in Beijing Thursday.

China and India reached an agreement on the guiding principles concerning the solution of the border issues in the fifth round of meeting, which was held in New Delhi in April.

"Proceeding from the overall political interests of bilateral relations, the special representatives from the two countries will explore the framework of solution to China-India boundary issue in compliance with the agreement," said Qin.

Qin acknowledged China is convinced that the two countries can reach fair and reasonable solutions acceptable to both sides in the spirit of the guiding principles and through equal consultations and mutual understanding.

The meeting is expected to be co-chaired by Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Dai Bingguo and Indian National Security Advisor M.K. Narayanan, Qin said.

Source: Xinhua


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