Mutual trust between India, China for regional peace: Li

New Delhi: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang today said peace and regional stability cannot be a reality without strategic mutual trust between China and India.
 
"And likewise the development of prosperity of the world cannot be a reality without the cooperation and simultaneous development of China and India," he said after inspecting a guard of honour at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
 
Li, who was accompanied by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, said he and Singh had "a most productive session" of talks yesterday and he expected "more bountiful results" from further discussions.
 
"The purpose of my current visit to India is three fold — to increase mutual trust, to intensify cooperation and to face the future," he said, adding that he hoped that the two sides would increase strategic mutual trust.