Border Dispute Should Not Dominate China, India Ties: Chinese Envoy To US.

Border Dispute Should Not Dominate China, India Ties: Chinese Envoy To US

A border dispute between India and China should not dominate relations, said Chinese ambassador to US.

Washington:

A border dispute between India and China - which turned deadly in June when troops of the two sides clashed - should not dominate relations between the nuclear-armed Asian powers, the Chinese ambassador to the United States said on Tuesday.

"I don't think this issue should dominate in relations between China and India, and I don't think this is the view of our Indian friends," Ambassador Cui Tiankai said in an appearance at the Aspen Security Forum.

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