New Delhi: Amidst the tension between India and China in eastern Ladakh, ‘Dragon’ has indicated to strengthen its ties with India. On behalf of China, Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar’s statement of ‘Asian century’ has been supported.
China has emphasized that there is a need for more cooperation between the two neighbours. Let us tell you that this response from China is S. This comes after Jaishankar’s statement in which Jaishankar had said that the Asian century will not happen until the two nuclear-rich nations join hands.
s. Jaishankar gave this statement in Thailand
Earlier, Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping had spoken of the Asian century during his meeting with the then Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1988. Note that S. Jaishankar had said on Thursday at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand that the Asian century will be difficult if India and China do not come together and the big question today is where are India-China relations headed?
Expressing uncertainty over the future of India-China relations, the External Affairs Minister said the relations between the two are going through a very difficult phase due to the tense standoff in the border areas. He cautioned that strained bilateral ties could also hamper regional development.
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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman gave his response
On Jaishankar’s remarks, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said, “As a Chinese leader said that unless China and India develop, there will be no Asian century. I also believe that the Asian century cannot come until China, India and other neighboring countries are developed.
Wenbin said that India and China have the ability to help each other succeed instead of undermining or undermining each other. He said Beijing and New Delhi are not a threat to each other, but cooperative partners. When asked whether China will hold talks with India on the points of confrontation in eastern Ladakh? Wang said, “There is continuous communication between China and India on this issue.
Border dispute should not be allowed to hamper bilateral ties: Chinese analyst
On the other hand, Chinese analysts reacted positively to Jaishankar’s remarks, saying that India and China should jointly introduce greater stability to the world and not let border disputes hinder bilateral ties.
Qian Feng, director of the research department at the National Strategy Institute at Tsinghua University, told the state-run Global Times newspaper that it is very important that China and India work together to jointly deal with global issues amid the complex international situation and the border issue. Do not let this hinder bilateral relations.
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