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  3. Put India-China border issue in appropriate place: Wang Yi  The Hindu
  4. Common interests far outweigh differences: Chinese FM meets Indian envoy  The Indian Express
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Chinese Foreign Ministry made the statement as India’s new envoy to Beijing Pradeep Kumar Rawat made a courtesy call to China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi.Chinese Foreign Ministry made the statement as India’s new envoy to Beijing Pradeep Kumar Rawat made a courtesy call to China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

China lauds Jaishankar for calling out western ‘meddling’, says it’s sign of India’s independence

Chinese Foreign Ministry made the statement as India’s new envoy to Beijing Pradeep Kumar Rawat made a courtesy call to China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi.Chinese Foreign Ministry made the statement as India’s new envoy to Beijing Pradeep Kumar Rawat made a courtesy call to China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

China lauds Jaishankar for calling out western ‘meddling’, says it’s sign of India’s independence

India News: India and China should work to enhance trust and not suspicion and their "common interests" far outweigh their differences, Chinese foreign minister WIndia News: India and China should work to enhance trust and not suspicion and their "common interests" far outweigh their differences, Chinese foreign minister W

India, China to tap multilateral forums for bilateral contacts | India News - Times of India

The two countries should support rather than undermine each other and enhance trust rather than be suspicious, Wang Yi said in his first meeting with ambassador Pradeep Kumar Rawat, who became India’s envoy to China in March | World NewsThe two countries should support rather than undermine each other and enhance trust rather than be suspicious, Wang Yi said in his first meeting with ambassador Pradeep Kumar Rawat, who became India’s envoy to China in March

Interests outweigh differences, let’s meet halfway: China to India | World News - Hindustan Times

India and China have discussed the return of thousands of Indian students stranded at home for two years due to Beijing's COVID-19 bans and resumption of direct flights disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, the Indian embassy said.India and China have discussed the return of thousands of Indian students stranded at home for two years due to Beijing's COVID-19 bans and resumption of direct flights disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, the Indian embassy said.

India, China Discuss Return Of Stranded Students, Resumption Of Direct Flights

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This was Rawat's first meeting with Wang after he took charge as India's new envoy to Beijing in March.This was Rawat's first meeting with Wang after he took charge as India's new envoy to Beijing in March.

Common interests far outweigh differences: Chinese FM meets Indian envoy | World News,The Indian Express

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi spoke during a meeting with Pradeep Kumar Rawat, India's new ambassador to China, according to a statement issued by China's foreign ministryChinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi spoke during a meeting with Pradeep Kumar Rawat, India's new ambassador to China, according to a statement issued by China's foreign ministry

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Wang Yi said India should put the border issue at an “appropriate place” in bilateral relations, even as both countries agreed to expand cooperation at multilateral bodies.Wang Yi said India should put the border issue at an “appropriate place” in bilateral relations, even as both countries agreed to expand cooperation at multilateral bodies.

Chinese FM Meets Indian Envoy, Lays Out ‘Four-Pronged Perseverance' for Developing Ties

During the meeting, Wang outlined "four pronged perseverance" for India-China relations.During the meeting, Wang outlined "four pronged perseverance" for India-China relations.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi Meets Indian Envoy In Beijing Ahead Of BRICS Summit

China and India's common interests far outweigh differences and the two countries should jointly address various global challenges, and safeguard their common interests as well as interests of developing countries, said Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi against the backdrop of Western efforts to sow discord in China-India relations and weaken the joint force of new economies at the ongoing BRICS summit.

FM meets Indian Ambassador, says China, India ‘should speak for developing countries together’ - Global Times

Indian Ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawa made a "courtesy call" on Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Wednesday at the Diaoyutai State Guest House in Beijing.Indian Ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawa made a "courtesy call" on Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Wednesday at the Diaoyutai State Guest House in Beijing.

Indian envoy meets Chinese FM ahead of BRICS summit, stresses 'criticality' of peace at borders - details

Instead of undermining each other, the two countries should support and enhance trust rather than being suspicious, he also added during his first meeting with ambassador Pradeep Kumar Rawat who became India's envoy to China in March.Instead of undermining each other, the two countries should support and enhance trust rather than being suspicious, he also added during his first meeting with ambassador Pradeep Kumar Rawat who became India's envoy to China in March.

Let us meet halfway, interests should outweigh differences: China tells India - Oneindia News

India's common interests far outweigh their differences, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told the Indian ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawat on WednesdayIndia's common interests far outweigh their differences, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told the Indian ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawat on Wednesday

India's common interests far outweigh differences, Wang Yi tells envoy | Business Standard News

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Wednesday that China and India should meet each other halfway to push bilateral relations back onto the track of stable and healthy development at an early date.

Wang Yi: China, India should meet each other halfway - CGTN

Chinese FM meets Indian new ambassador-

Chinese FM meets Indian new ambassador-Xinhua

Wang spoke during a meeting with Pradeep Kumar Rawat, India's new ambassador to ChinaWang spoke during a meeting with Pradeep Kumar Rawat, India's new ambassador to China

Border issues with India should be resolved through dialogue

Uniindia: Beijing/New Delhi, June 23 (UNI) Amid the continuing India-China border tensions, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told Indian Ambassador Pradeep Kumar Rawat that the common interests between the two nations far outweigh the differences and the two sides should keep in mind the overall interests of bilateral relations, help each other succeed “instead of engaging in attrition”.Beijing/New Delhi, June 23 (UNI) Amid the continuing India-China border tensions, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told Indian Ambassador Pradeep Kumar Rawat that the common interests between the two nations far outweigh the differences and the two sides should keep in mind the overall interests of bilateral relations, help each other succeed “instead of engaging in attrition”.

Let's help each other succeed instead of engaging in attrition, Chinese FM tells Indian envoy

Beijing [China], June 23 (ANI): India's common interests far outweigh their differences, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told the Indian ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawat on Wednesday.Beijing [China], June 23 (ANI): India's common interests far outweigh their differences, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told the Indian ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawat on Wednesday.

Common interests outweigh differences: Wang Yi tells India's envoy to Beijing

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China and India should resolve their border issues through dialogue and consultation as the two countries' common interests outweigh their differences, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on...China and India should resolve their border issues through dialogue and consultation as the two countries' common interests outweigh their differences, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on...

China: Border issues with India should be resolved through dialogue

Indian Ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawat has met Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi ahead of the BRICS summit and emphasised the "criticality of maintenance of peace and tranquillity in the border areas" to realise the full potential of the consensus between the top leaders of the two sides on the importance of Sino-India ties for Asia and the world.Beijing: Indian Ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawat has met Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi ahead of the BRICS summit and emphasised the

Indian envoy stresses on 'criticality' of peace at borders in meet with Chinese FM