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China willing to see sound ties with Japan, India

12-29-2011 09:20 BJT

BEIJING, Dec. 28 (Xinhua) -- A Foreign Ministry spokesman said Wednesday that China is willing to develop sound ties with both Japan and India.

Spokesman Hong Lei responded at a press conference to a question related to the latest India visit of Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda.

China and Japan always hold that bilateral peaceful coexistence, mutually beneficial cooperation and common development will be in the common interest of the two countries and peoples, Hong said.

Noda concluded Monday a two-day China visit, during which China and Japan reached important consensus on bolstering bilateral ties, Hong said.

Hong said China is willing to work with Japan and India to contribute to regional peace, stability and development.

Sino-Indian relations enjoyed sound momentum of development in recent years, Hong said, adding that China and India should maintain mutual political trust, economic and trade cooperation, as well as coordination on global issues.

Editor:Zhang Hao |Source: Xinhua

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