Colombo: The cozy relationship amongst China and Sri Lanka will make little difference to their ties with different nations, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said here on Saturday.
Yi is on a three-day official visit to Sri Lanka in front of President Maithripala Sirisena's China visit in the not so distant future.
"There is an accord amongst China and Sri Lanka that our collaboration does not focus on any third nation nor will it influence our particular relations with different nations. We stand prepared to work all the more intimately with other provincial nations with the end goal of accomplishing basic advancement," Yi said in a conspicuous reference to India.
Previously, India has communicated a few worries over the USD 1.5 billion Colombo Port city venture which is to be worked by China on recovered area in the ocean.
"Regardless of what changes in the global circumstance and residential plan our key and agreeable organization will keep on developing," the Chinese outside priest said.
China plans to make the 21st century sea Silk Road a need and help Sri Lanka incorporate itself with a transportation focus in the Indian sea, he said.
Sri Lankan outside priest Mangala Samaraweera said the island was anticipating Chinese endeavor to make commitment towards building up the Lankan economy.
Sri Lanka additionally communicated trust that the South China Sea question would be determined through "hel