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Border peace essential for development of ties, Jaishankar told Wang

IndiaTimes Saturday, 19 September 2020
While Beijing has said that India's China policy had not changed and that New Delhi doesn't consider development of India-China relations as dependent on the settlement of the boundary question, the government believes that these claims are not accurate.
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