China’s Defence Ministry has said the military relationship between India and China is improving due to the efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping.
Addressing the media in Beijing yesterday, Defence spokesperson Col. Wu Qian (Chian) said two countries maintain strategic dialogues and conduct practical cooperation. He said, they have also strengthened their exchanges along their borders.
Col. Wu said China is willing to work with the India to follow the guidance of Prime Minister Modi and President Xi for development of military-to-military relationship. AIR Beijing Correspondent reports that the two countries also held the 22nd round of the boundary talks in New Delhi last week. Both nations agreed to intensify efforts to achieve a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable solution to the boundary issue.