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India-China ties are tense, state of affairs might flip harmful: S Jaishankar

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India-China ties are tense, situation may turn dangerous: S Jaishankar

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BENGALURU: India-China relationship could be very “tense” and it could possibly be a “dangerous situation” due to the border difficulty, stated External Affairs Minister (EAM) Dr S Jaishankar in a media interplay in Bengaluru on Friday night. While fielding questions, he stated the connection between India and China “cannot be normal” underneath the current circumstances.

“Despite 16 rounds of commander-level talks between us on the Chinese disengagement along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh, the issue remains unresolved. The Indian Army has been holding its ground for the past two winters, which shows our resolve on standing our ground. We have made some substantial progress in terms of the troops pulling back from places, where they were very close. There are still some places, where they have not,” stated the EAM.

He added that “India has consistently maintained its position that if China disturbed peace in the border areas it will impact on our bilateral relationship with them.” Regarding India’s safety issues towards the Chinese ballistic missile and satellite tv for pc monitoring ship ‘Yuan Wang 5’ towards docking on the Hambantota Port in Sri Lanka, Jaishankar reiterated MEA spokesperson, Arindam Bagchi’s views on the problem through which he stated, “safety issues are the sovereign proper of each nation.

We will make the most effective judgement in personal curiosity.” On a query concerning China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Jaishankar stated, it violates our sovereignty and territorial integrity. “Our view on the BRI has been consistent and I don’t need to vindicate my stand,” he stated. 

‘Resolve conflict through dialogue’

On the continued Ukraine-Russia battle, the Minister stated it has led to an power and meals disaster. “The battle has impacted world commerce, created volatility in provide of oil, wheat and semiconductors and led to funding challenges.

But we have to work round and overcome challenges. Politically, now we have maintained that the battle must be resolved via dialogue and diplomacy,” he added.Jaishankar stated that the instability on the earth is a problem to nationwide safety and the Modi authorities is making each effort to handle it. Regarding Afghanistan, Jaishankar stated India has traditionally maintained relationships with folks of Afghanistan.

BENGALURU: India-China relationship could be very “tense” and it could possibly be a “dangerous situation” due to the border difficulty, stated External Affairs Minister (EAM) Dr S Jaishankar in a media interplay in Bengaluru on Friday night. While fielding questions, he stated the connection between India and China “cannot be normal” underneath the current circumstances.

“Despite 16 rounds of commander-level talks between us on the Chinese disengagement along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh, the issue remains unresolved. The Indian Army has been holding its ground for the past two winters, which shows our resolve on standing our ground. We have made some substantial progress in terms of the troops pulling back from places, where they were very close. There are still some places, where they have not,” stated the EAM.

He added that “India has consistently maintained its position that if China disturbed peace in the border areas it will impact on our bilateral relationship with them.” Regarding India’s safety issues towards the Chinese ballistic missile and satellite tv for pc monitoring ship ‘Yuan Wang 5’ towards docking on the Hambantota Port in Sri Lanka, Jaishankar reiterated MEA spokesperson, Arindam Bagchi’s views on the problem through which he stated, “safety issues are the sovereign proper of each nation.

We will make the most effective judgement in personal curiosity.” On a query concerning China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Jaishankar stated, it violates our sovereignty and territorial integrity. “Our view on the BRI has been consistent and I don’t need to vindicate my stand,” he stated. 

‘Resolve conflict through dialogue’

On the continued Ukraine-Russia battle, the Minister stated it has led to an power and meals disaster. “The battle has impacted world commerce, created volatility in provide of oil, wheat and semiconductors and led to funding challenges.

But we have to work round and overcome challenges. Politically, now we have maintained that the battle must be resolved via dialogue and diplomacy,” he added.Jaishankar stated that the instability on the earth is a problem to nationwide safety and the Modi authorities is making each effort to handle it. Regarding Afghanistan, Jaishankar stated India has traditionally maintained relationships with folks of Afghanistan.