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India, China ties should be a factor of stability in uncertain world: Jaishankar

IndiaTimes Monday, 12 August 2019 ()
External affairs minister S Jaishankar said that India-China relations should be a factor of stability at a time when the world is facing an uncertain situation. ​During his three-day visit, Jaishankar will hold talks with the Chinese leadership on a host of issues including finalisation of arrangements for President Xi's visit to India later this year for the second informal summit with PM Modi.
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