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India & China meet, but differences over border remain

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India & China meet, but differences over border remain | Diya TV News

NEW DELHI (Diya TV) — In a visit shrouded in secrecy, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi flew to India and met his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar. They met for several hours.

It was the highest-level visit between the two countries since clashes on their Himalayan border in 2020 led to the deaths of 20 Indian and at least four Chinese soldiers.

Several rounds of de-escalation talks between military commanders have not yielded breakthroughs in some key areas of the conflict.

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