good-neighborliness good-neighborliness


  • (n) a disposition to be friendly and helpful to neighbors


  1. Gorbachev missed an opportunity to turn a potential public relations disaster into a triumph of Soviet good-neighborliness and statesmanship.
  2. Three months ago Choreographer Massine in a burst of good-neighborliness gave Don Domingo to the Mexican public.


  • Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrives in Muscat, Oman

    President Hassan Rouhani arrived in the Omani capital Muscat for a two-day visit Wednesday morning. Iran-Oman relations are example of good-neighborliness between two countries, Rouhani said during a meeting with Oman's King Sultan Qaboos.
    on March 12, 2014     Source: Payvand Iran News


  1. Putin said Alexander Kovalenko "heads for a country that can claim not only special relations but good-neighborliness and friendship with Russia."
    on Jan 18, 2007 By: Vladimir Putin Source: Kansas City Star

  2. Wen said as long as the two sides follow the sixteen-slash guiding principle of "long-term stability, facing the future, good-neighborliness and friendship, and all-round cooperation", Sino-Vietnamese relations could develop smoothly.
    on Oct 7, 2004 By: Xi Jinping Source: Xinhua

  3. "I am willing to work hard together with you on enhancing the Sino-Indian strategic cooperative partnership, and to open this new chapter of friendship of good-neighborliness and all-round cooperation between two countries in the new century,"...
    on Jul 25, 2007 By: Hu Jintao Source: Xinhua

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