China's expansionist tone creating hurdles: Advani
New Delhi, Nov 7: In unusually strong remarks, senior BJP leader L K Advani today said China's "expansionist" statements such as those on Arunachal Pradesh are creating obstacles in restoring normalcy between the two neighbours.
"I wish China realised that its expansionist statements such as those in relation to Arunachal and its tacit support to Pakistan's hostile attitude towards India are stumbling blocks in the way of restoring normalcy between our two countries," he said in his latest blog posting.
He claimed that the relationship between India and China will be one of the key determinants of the course of world history in the 21st century.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will visit India next month for talks with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and other leaders during which the two sides are expected to take up bilateral irritants and ways to sort them out.
"There is no alternative to peaceful coexistence between India and China," Advani stressed.
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