KOLKATA, OCT 14: China and India together would make a difference to Asia and the whole world, a top Chinese envoy said here, stressing that leaders of the two nations favour meaningful cultural and educational exchanges to enhance bilateral cooperation.
Noting that the leaders would meet towards the year end to discuss on further developing the cultural, educational and other artistic exchanges, Chinese Consul General in Kolkata Ma Zhanwu said collaboration in events like Durga Puja would contribute to the friendship.
Zhanwu expressed joy over the Consulate joining hands with the BJ Block community Durga Puja in the post satellite township of Salt Lake here.
"Towards the end of this year, leaders from China and India will meet to discuss how to further develop the cultural, educational and other artistic exchanges between our two nations. Such an even as tonight will be remembered and will contribute to the friendship, the economic and cultural exchanges and cooperation between two great nations," said the Consul General. - IANS