Visa row won't affect Sino-India military ties:Chinese experts
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Visa row won't affect Sino-India military ties:Chinese experts

Monday, 30 August 2010, 05:28 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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Beijing: Seeking to downplay the visa row with India, Chinese experts today said military ties between the two countries are strong and powerful and will not be "compromised" by incidents like Beijing's refusal to permit a top Indian Army officer to visit the country.

Days after a row erupted between the two countries over China's refusal to grant visa to Northern Commander Lt Gen B S Jaswal as he is in-charge of "sensitive" Jammu and Kashmir, Chinese official media carried reports about the denial of visa today.

Two official English dailies -- China Daily and Global Times -- carried reports with comments from experts attached to official think tanks.

"The relations and trust between the two countries are very powerful," Rong Ying, deputy director of the China Institute of International Studies told the China Daily.

Rong blamed the Indian media for "sensationalizing" certain issues between the two countries at the expense of facts.

"The Indian press should be more objective and sensible when reporting both countries' relations, especially about concerned disputes," he said.
Source: PTI
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