|Wang Yi Talks About China-India Relations: Explore the Path of Co-existence and Win-win Results for Major Neighboring Countries|
On December 11, 2018, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi attended and addressed the opening of Symposium on the International Situation and China's Foreign Relations in 2018.
Wang Yi expressed that China and India are each other's important neighbors and they are the world's two largest developing countries. President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a summit in Wuhan this June. They conducted in-depth strategic communication, which created a new form of China-India high-level engagement, enhanced mutual trust and understanding between the two countries, and led China-India relations onto a track of healthy and steady growth. The landmark Wuhan summit will leave a deep imprint in China-India relations. Friendly exchanges and win-win cooperation between China and India will positively affect the evolution of the global landscape and the human society. President Xi Jinping emphasized that the Chinese "dragon" and the Indian "elephant" should join each other in a duet, not a duel. And Prime Minister Modi responded by saying that when India and China work together, 1+1 is not two, but 11. China will continue to work with India to explore a path for two big neighbors to live side by side for win-win outcomes and contribute our due share to the progress and prosperity of Asia and the world beyond.