Singh: India will not allow any forces in the India to engage in the anti-China activities

By | May 21, 2013

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May 20, Premier Li Keqiang held talks with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi

On May 20, Premier Li Keqiang held in-depth pragmatic talks in New Delhi with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the two reached broad consensus, and unanimously decided to further strengthen Sino-Indian strategic partnership for peace and prosperity as well as promoting cooperation between the two countries.

Li Keqiang reiterated the Chinese government’s principled stance on the Tibet issue. Singh said, the Indian government agreed that the Tibet Autonomous Region is the part of of the of China’s territory, and will not allow any forces in the India to engage in the anti-China activities.

Source: 新京报

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