India and China signed a bilateral security agreement for cooperation in counter-terrorism and disaster management, and also kicked off a joint training programme for Afghan diplomats, amid efforts to improve ties.
Foreign policy analysts called these "tactical steps" to soothe aggravations but noted that serious issues such as a border dispute along various sections of a poorly demarcated border and China's close ties with Pakistan continued to remain sticking points.
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