Notwithstanding recent recriminations, China on Wednesday said its relations with India [ Images ] were on a "very good term" and that the leaders of the two countries were committed to advance the ties in a "cooperative and mutually beneficial" manner.
"Nothing should be worried or concerned (about)," said Chinese Ambassador to India Zhang Yan in New Delhi [ Images ] when asked to comment about the recent war of words between India and China on Arunachal Pradesh and some other issues.
"Our relationship is on a very good term and our leaders and officers-in-charge, including the Chinese embassy, are committed to advance our relationship in a cooperative and mutually beneficial way," he said.
China recently objected to the visit of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh [ Images ] to Arunachal. India responded strongly to it and even went ahead to question China's participation in projects in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir [ Images ].
Zhang said India and China have a lot of common positions on climate change issues and both sides were committed to work closely for the success of the December Copenhagen Summit.