India’s relations with neighbours improved under Modi: Jaitley
Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said from being in the midst of a disturbed neighbourhood, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India’s relations with its neighbours have improved.
New Delhi is trying to improving relations with Islamabad and the PM has excellent relationship with the Chinese leadership, Jaitley told an audience here yesterday. Even though their are boundary issues. Economic trade relations with China has become fairly normal, he said, adding that the Prime Minister recently got a very rousing reception in China. Modi, he said, was the first Prime Minister to visit Sri Lanka in more than two and half decades, and was in Bangladesh two weeks ago.
Jaitley also told, that the Government of Myanmar is cooperating with India in tackling the insurgents who are having camps there.
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