The land of Binh duongs and his family.
The land of binh duons, which has an estimated population of 7 million people, is the only place in the world where Chinese and Indian governments have reached a bilateral free-tourism agreement, which opens up new ways of connecting the countries.
The agreement, announced Monday by China and the Indian governments, covers all of Binham duongs land and a series of watercourses that will allow China and Indian tourists to visit and work in the region.
“It is an opportunity to make history and create a new kind of relationship between the two countries,” said China Foreign Ministry Spokesman Qin Gang, who added that the deal “sets the stage for the establishment of a new era of cooperation in tourism.”
In a statement, the Indian government praised the signing of the agreement and pledged to work to promote the region as a “cultural, economic and tourist destination.”
The new agreement follows the signing in 2015 of a similar agreement between the Chinese and the United States that opened the door to an additional 15,000 Chinese visitors a year.
China has also signed a number of deals with the countries of the Pacific Rim, such as one with the Philippines, and is planning a larger one with Vietnam, which will involve the construction of a 1,000-meter-long pier that will be connected to a canal.
India and China have a history of close economic and diplomatic ties, and have been on the verge of a bilateral agreement for the past five years.
The two countries are also working on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which aims to boost trade and investment, and the Indo-China Economic Corridor, a corridor linking the Pacific to Asia, which is expected to be signed this year.