Indian PM: Tibetans' Anti-China Activities not Allowed in India03-30 12:00 Caijing
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singn said on Thursday that India will not allow Tibetans to conduct anti-China activities in the country, as leaders of the two countries vowed to promote bilateral ties and push forward negotiations on territory disputes.
India has no intention nor will it participate in any strategy to contain China, Singn told Chinese President Hu Jintao at the conclusion of the annual BRICS leadership meeting in India, which also groups leaders from Brazil, Russia, and South Africa, while reaffirming that India recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region as part of China.
Singn also said that India "is willing to work with China to preserve the peace and stability of the border areas of the two countries, and solve their border dispute through peaceful negotiations."
Leaders of the two countries also officially declared 2012 a year of "China-India Friendship". The Chinese president together with several other top officials took part in the lightening, a traditional ceremony and a blessing to friendship.
As part of the efforts to boost friendship, Hu promised that China will deepen trade links with India by facilitating the entry of India goods and exports into the Chinese market, according to AFP.
There were protests by Tibetan exiles in India in the run-up to the gathering
of the BRICS.
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