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China reaffirms commitment to ties with India after Singh sends positive signal

(Xinhua)

13:44, October 27, 2011

BEIJING, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) -- China on Tuesday underscored its commitment to consolidating ties with India after an Indian leader spoke positively of the relations between the world's two most populous countries.

"We've noticed the recent comments by Prime Minister (Manmohan) Singh. China would like to work with India to consolidate and enhance our bilateral strategic and cooperative partnership," Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu said at a daily press briefing.

Jiang's comments came after Singh said last Wednesday that although there are border problems between India and China, he believes "relations are quite good" overall.

As important neighbors of each other, China and India have maintained a good momentum in developing healthy and stable relations, Jiang said.

Regarding the border issues left over by history, Jiang said China and India are seeking a fair and justified approach that can create acceptable outcomes for both sides through friendly negotiations.

"Before the final settlement, both sides are committed to safeguarding the peace and stability of the border area," Jiang said.

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davi de rafe at 2011-11-2982.26.240.*
india should have brought out china`s movement in pakistan and should emphasize those actions should stop
wende at 2011-10-2871.125.85.*
China should have brought out India's movement in South China Sea and should emphasize those actions should stop.
  

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