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Foreign Secretary says China's new map does not change facts on the ground of India's possession

ANI | 29 Jun 2014, 07:42 pm
Beijing, June 29 (ANI): India's Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh stood by the statement of Foreign Ministry which said that "cartographic depiction does not change the reality on the ground" after the Chinese government, in a new vertical map had shown Arunachal Pradesh as a part of its territory. Singh addressed a news conference in Beijing after Indian Vice President Hamid Ansari's meeting with Chinese premier Li Keqiang to brief on the issues discussed between the delegations of the two countries.

Foreign Secretary says China's new map does not change facts on the ground of India's possession

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