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'Keenly felt' India, China agree to adhere to consensus of not a threat to each other: Wang Yi on his India visit

Wang Yi noted that India-China are partners rather than rivals, and should help each other succeed instead of undercutting each other, state-run Xinhua news agency reported on Monday.

March 29, 2022 / 07:59 PM IST

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said that during his recent visit to India, he "keenly felt" that both sides had agreed to adhere to the leaders’ consensus that the two countries are not a threat to each other and handle and manage their differences.

During his unannounced visit to New Delhi on March 25, Wang, the first high level Chinese official to visit India after the April 2020 Ladakh standoff, held talks with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar.

Summing up the outcome his talks in New Delhi to the Chinese official media, Wang said, "he has most keenly felt that both sides agreed to adhere to the important consensus of the two countries are not threats to each other but opportunities for each other’s development reached by the two heads of state, properly solve practical problems of common concern, handle and manage differences over the years, and promote the steady and sustainable development of bilateral ties”.

Wang noted that India-China are partners rather than rivals, and should help each other succeed instead of undercutting each other, state-run Xinhua news agency reported on Monday.