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Sino-India cooperation on a fast track after Wuhan summit: China

Beijing

China on Friday said “practical” cooperation with India is on a fast track since the last year’s Wuhan summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping and expressed readiness to work with New Delhi to uphold the rights of the two countries at a time of global uncertainty.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang during a media briefing here said the informal summit between President Xi and Prime Minister Modi in Wuhan has opened up new prospects for the bilateral ties.

“You can see that under the strategic guidance of the two leaders, China-India relations have shown a sound momentum of improvement with frequent high-level exchanges in all areas and practical cooperation has entered a fast track,” Lu said responding to a question on Sino-India ties.
He said a sound and steady China-India relations serve the interests of the two countries and people and contribute to world peace and development.