S jaishankar said, ‘They (Chinese soldiers) have been there for a year and their activity disrupts the peace and restraint in the border areas. We saw blood there after 45 years in June.
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar
Forieng Minister S. jaishankar on India-China Relations: India’s Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said on Wednesday that India-China relations are going through a “difficult phase”. However, during the Covid-19 Pandemic in the country, there has been positive discussion recently in the context of the relaxation of the movement of strategic goods. He said this in response to a question asked about India-China relations in the online session held in Britain and the recent discussion with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (Wang Yi).
He said, ‘The previous talks were largely focused on the COVID-19 epidemic and the topic of my discussion was that COVID-19 is definitely something big and (S. Jaishankar on India-China Relations) it is in our common interest that Work together to deal with it and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the same thing to me. He said that Indian companies are facing difficulty in getting orders from China and he had a message to the Chinese minister that he can best help by giving relief in this process.
Aviation companies allowed to go
Jaishankar said, ‘Things have moved forward after our conversation. Some of our aviation companies got permission to go there immediately. The link is growing, which is very praiseworthy. Regarding India-China relations on a large scale, the minister said that the process of repelling the troops is going on but till now they have not returned to the desired place of the border. Jaishankar said, “Our relationship is going through a difficult phase right now because the agreements have been breached and it is understood that China has done heavy military deployment on its behalf over the Line of Actual Control without any reason (India) China Conflict).
Blood loss after 45 years
Jaishankar said, ‘They have been there for a year and their activity disrupts the peace and restraint in the border areas. We saw blood there after 45 years in June. The minister said that India has a very clear stance that peace and moderation in the border areas is very important for a good relationship with the neighboring countries. Jaishankar said, ‘Struggle, coercion, intimidation and bloodshed are on the border and then you say that good relations have been made in other areas. it’s not real. That is something that we are maintaining and discussing with the Chinese side. We have made progress in some areas and discussions are still going on in some areas.
Troops must return
He said, ‘But we have not reached the level of reducing tension, which can only come after the withdrawal of the troops.’ It is worth mentioning that the standoff between the army of India and China since May last year at several places in eastern Ladakh. Is made up After several rounds of diplomatic and military level talks, Chinese troops and their equipment retreated from the northern and south shores of Lake Pagong in February (Ladakh Issue). Now both sides are discussing withdrawal of troops from other places of stalemate. Jaishankar is currently in Britain to attend the meeting of the G7 Group’s Foreign and Development Ministers as a visiting minister.
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