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Dec 22, 2018

India, China resolve to improve people-to-people contact for better relations between the two countries

India and China have decided to further improve people-to-people contact for better relations between the two countries. Speaking at the 3rd India-China High-Level Media Forum alongside her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in New Delhi yesterday, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said, the two sides discussed enhancing cooperation in ten areas. 

Ms Swaraj pitched for increasing bilateral trade. The External Affairs Minister said armies of both the countries have been constantly working to improve mutual contact as well as taking confidence-building measures.

Speaking at the event, the Chinese Foreign Minister stressed the need for increasing people-to-people exchanges to benefit mankind.

Earlier, the two leaders held the first meeting of the India-China High-Level Mechanism on cultural exchanges and people to people contact.

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