Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar attended a leadership summit on Thursday. During this, he made a big statement about the relations between China and Pakistan. Jaishankar said that India’s relations with China cannot normalize until there is peace in the border areas. He also emphasized that India wants good relations with Pakistan, but a good neighbor never creates terror.
On the issue of China, Jaishankar said that unless agreements are followed and unilateral efforts are not made to change the status quo, relations cannot return to normal. Referring to the Galwan Valley clashes, he said that what happened in 2020 was an attempt by one side (China). On the dialogue process between the two countries, he said, have we made progress since then? Yes in some cases. Earlier there was dispute in many places and more troops were deployed. The work has been done keeping in view some of those issues.
According to the External Affairs Minister, some issues still need to be worked out. One day China will realize that its present position is not in its interest. There is no ambiguity in the messages India has given to China. On the issue of Pakistan, he said that the opinion of the Government of India is not different from the expectations of the people. I think the people of the country want good relations with Pakistan, but Pakistan should understand that a good neighbor never spreads terror.
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s. Jaishankar also mentioned the Russo-Ukraine war in his address. He said that when this war started, PM Modi had appealed to Russian President Putin to leave the war. Today’s era is not of war. Both the countries should resolve this issue through dialogue.
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