Not Unnatural For 2 Neighbouring Powers To Have Differences: PM Modi On China | Read

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today set the tone for 2017 in India-China relations with a clear message -- that two large neighbouring countries may have differences but they need to show respect for each other's concerns. In his inaugural address to the government's flagship geopolitical meet - the Raisina Dialogue in Delhi, attended by representatives of 65 nations -- the Prime Minister said he saw the development of India and China as an "unprecedented opportunity for our two countries and the world".

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