外文标题：India, China hold sixth strategic dialogue to review ties
BEIJING: Top diplomats of India and China on Monday held the sixth round of strategic dialogue here, reviewing the status of bilateral relations and exploring new initiatives to deepen the emerging ties.
Foreign secretary Sujatha Singh co-chaired the talks with her Chinese counterpart vice foreign minister Liu Zhenmin.
Ahead of the talks, officials said the two sides will review the entire range of bilateral relations including plans for leadership-level visits in the second half of this year of India-China friendly exchanges.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei said earlier that the two sides will have in-depth exchanges on bilateral relations, high level exchanges, practical cooperation, international and regional issues of mutual concern.
Singh will call on foreign minister Wang Yi tonight. A host of issues including mutual concerns over stability in Afghanistan in the backdrop of the US plans to withdraw its troops from there besides India's over USD 35 billion trade deficit with China was expected to figure in the dialogue.
keep the positivity flowing...
Modi can be a reason to give India-Chin a relation a new height..
Jugal Kataria ()
Pure sincere efforts at heart can solve all mutual misunderstanding and can make peace not only between two but. Also give good understanding to others. Also.
SHIV SHANKAR CHATTERJEE (Mumbai)
Thank God! Our Foreign Minister is not attending..........
Look at this womans face... it seems she is still reeling under the morning sleep spell.. why does India even send such a**h*#*s to such impirtant countries.. look at her counterpart... we should be more discerning in choosing the right people when it comes to foreign policy.. that reflects seriousness too and does always play an important part... Jai Hind
mahesh chandra (Unknown)
At a time when the change in the GOI is looming large in the near horizon; the Chinese will offer the Foreign Secretary nothing more than small talk and lots of tea.
Drs Sears Appalswamy (Breda, Netherlands)
India must diversify its trade relations and intensive its trade and economic relations with China, Russia, Japan and South Korea. If it is too dependent on one region then it could easily be blackmailed. China also to give Indian professionals visas to work and live in China just as the US does. . India must also follow Chinese example and transport its freight, goods and cargo by rail to Western Europe. I beg India and China to use their local currencies in the trade relationship. India and China must send 2 astronauts to the moon from an Chinese or Indian launching pad. One should be Indian and the othe Chinese. Lord Buddha would be happy.
For decades, these discussions will go on.
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Pakari Naidu (Bradford, England)
China has already said that it wants to invest about 500 billion dollars in Indian infrastructure and energy and housing development. Jai Hind
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All these dialogues are strategic, without concluding any strategy to solve any contending issue.
It will also follow the same course as the previous five dialogues !!
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GRA Mumbai (Mumbai)
India and China can never be friends as long as China occupied Tibet and AksaiChin ladak area of J& K Indian territory ! Rest all nonsense and waste of Time and energy !
Sarvesh Delhi (New Delhi)
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Dheeraj Bansal (Unknown)
If indian china work togethar ., both can rule the world with manyfacturing and market of 300 crore population
GopiRaman Alok (Unknown)
waiting for outcome but seems these are dinner meeting only hardly any outcome