Ours is a colourful and diversified world. It is also a complex one.
Since the end of the Cold War, hegemonism has become increasingly unpopular.
Normal military trade is undoubtedly part of the normal State-to-State relations.
In the spring and summer of 1989, a serious political disturbance took place in China.
As a historical legacy, the Kashmir conflict has been an outstanding issue for more than half a century.
A multi-polar world can not exist without recognising the status and participation of developing countries.
We are ready to engage in international co-operation against terrorism with a view to safeguarding national interests and regional security and stability.
China and India are close neighbours linked by mountains and rivers and the Chinese and Indian peoples have enjoyed friendly exchanges for thousands of years.
People of all countries have the right to choose their own social system and road to development in the light of their national conditions and characteristics.
We have reiterated on many occasions that China wishes to establish and develop long-term, good-neighbourly and friendly relations with all countries in south Asia.