PM Modi greets China on its 67th National Day
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the people of China as the country celebrated its 67th National Day on Saturday.
Highlighting the strategic relationship between the two Asian superpowers, PM Modi said that close cooperation between India and China has the potential to shape a “peaceful and stable future for Asia”. “Our relations date back to centuries, encompassing spiritualism, learning, art, trade and respect for each other’s civilisation and shared prosperity,” the PM said in his message.
He posted his greetings on Weibo, China’s microblog. PM Modi had opened his account last year ahead of his China visit and enjoys a huge following on the site.
“At a time when the world looks towards Asia, the progress and prosperity of China and India, and our close cooperation, have the potential to shape a peaceful and stable future for Asia. This is a vision I share with President Xi and Premier Li,” he added in his message.
Hope Chinese are good and honest people to respond in kind.
If every Chinese Budhist visit Budha Gaya, on pilgrimage, the Mecca for Budhists, the revenue will be twice of Saudi Arabia.
save our children
China did not have war with India in last 2000 years except 1962. We had better relationships with Saudi slave nations who have been attacking India and destroying Hinduism. China did not destroy our culture and converted our people. We need to engage China more to subdue PAK also. We also must educate China
modi shouldn”t do anything to please china.
Why to again appease China? China is the main backer of Pakistan and also did not agree neither India”s NSG bid nor allowed to declare Masood Azhar as UN-designated terrorist.
Modi knows that India can not oppose China because India needs their support at multiple level.
CHINA & INDIA SHALL HAVE A MORE CLOSER RELATIONSHIP>
Modi is a visionary, just like Xi Jinping; both countries have a great deal to gain from each other and both countries, if together, will gain manifolds from the rest of the world