China will support any terror victim country, says Zhang YanMarch 5th, 2009 - 9:13 pm ICT by ANI
New Delhi, Mar 5 (ANI): Chinese Ambassador to India Zhang Yan on Thursday said that China would support any country to fight terrorism, as it has become a common enemy to many countries.
We are against all forms of terror. We support any country that is fighting against terrorism. Terrorism is a common enemy of any country whether it is Taliban or any other form. We should join our efforts to fight against terrorism, Yan said on the sidelines of a conference in PHD Chamber of Commerce here.
Yan also said that India and China have a greater role to play in the G-20 summit in London, as it was an important platform to deal with the ongoing economic crisis.
Especially in the time of economic and financial crisis, G-20 can do a good job. We are hoping that China and India can co-operate closely in forthcoming summit in London. In fact China-India have already started very good co-operation, he added.
Pointing at the vast untapped reserves of consumer demand, job creation and infrastructure investment in India, Yan said that many Chinese investors were keen to invest in India.
Many Chinese companies and businessmen want to come and invest in India. But some concerns and obstacles need to be worked out. Once these issues are solved, we can see more Chinese companies come here and work, Yan said.
Many Chinese-owned companies have won projects in India and some of these companies also have presence in India. These include Sinosteel, Shougang International, Baoshan Iron and Steel Limited, Sany Heavy Industry Limited, Chongging Lifan Industry Limited etc.
India and China have ancient civilizational contacts and in recent times, the process of development and diversification of bilateral relations have gathered momentum. (ANI)
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