NEW DELHI: India has made it clear to the Chinese side that peace and tranquility in border areas are essential for the development of the relationship between the two countries, Foreign Secretary Harsh V Shringla said, adding that Afghanistan and China remains a traditional security challenge.
Shringla was speaking on India’s foreign policy and its strategic imperative at JP Morgan India investor summit. He said the development of the India-China relationship can only be based on ‘three mutual’- mutual respect, mutual sensitivity and mutual interests.
Shringla further described the standoff with China and the situation in Afghanistan among traditional security challe
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