Chinese foreign minister in India for first visit since border clash
27 March 2022 | 12:42 pm
Relations between India and China took a nosedive after deadly border clashes in June 2020. The Chinese foreign minister's visit marks the first high-level trip by a Chinese official in nearly two years.
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