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'Our relation with China should be on reciprocity': Former Ambassador to Uzbekistan

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'Our relation with China should be on reciprocity': Former Ambassador to Uzbekistan

'Our relation with China should be on reciprocity': Former Ambassador to Uzbekistan

Former Ambassador to Uzbekistan and Republic Of Korea, Skand Ranjan Tayal accused the Chinese ambassador in Delhi of spreading lies.

He said, "The Chinese ambassador in New Delhi is spreading lies in India.

He is misusing Indian hospitality and speaking in different forums and spreading lies.

Only those privileges given to our ambassador in Beijing should be reciprocated."


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