China-India relations next five to 10 years look ‘tough’, says top opposition leader Rahul Gandhi

  • China
  • Friday, 02 Jun 2023

India’s best-known opposition leader predicts relations between Beijing and New Delhi will be “tough” over the next five to 10 years, a day after it was revealed that a high-level regional security meeting would be held virtually rather than in person.

Rahul Gandhi, leader of the Indian National Congress Party and now on a three-city US tour, shared his observation at a Stanford University event in California on Wednesday when asked about the rival countries’ historically hostile ties.

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