‘China violated our sovereignty, but…’, said External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar

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S Jaishankar on India-China relations: Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has once again targeted the neighboring country China. In the program of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations in Kolkata on Friday (June 30), the Foreign Minister said that India’s sovereignty was violated by China but its every effort was retaliated.

Foreign Minister S Jaishankar said, “We should strengthen our national security. Western forces tried to interfere in the issue of Jammu and Kashmir between India and Pakistan. In the era of (former US President) Clinton, this was done publicly. Obama also raised this issue. Our sovereignty was violated by China. Every attempt was answered.

External Affairs Minister Jaishankar said this on the working relationship with China

Union Minister said that with China The current deterioration in bilateral relations is not caused by India, but created by China. Can there be a working relationship between the two Asian giants? When asked this, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar said,After all, it takes two hands to clap and China should also believe in a working relationship.

According to news agency PTI, Jaishankar said, “If a civilized working relationship is to be maintained, China will have to follow the 1993 and 1996 agreements on the Line of Actual Control.”

‘Our stand on the issue of cross-border terrorism is clear’

The Union Minister said, “We have enhanced national security and integrity in Jammu and Kashmir and this is important, our western counterparts are understanding.” The Foreign Minister said, “Our stand on the issue of cross-border terrorism is clear. The actions of Uri and Balakot show a change in our thinking.

What did the Foreign Minister say on China two days ago?

Let us tell you that earlier on Wednesday (June 28) in a program organized in Delhi, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar had said a similar thing about China. He had said that he believes that China is India’s neighbor and a big country, but any relationship is maintained by both sides and each other’s interests have to be respected.

He had said, “Agreements have to be followed and going back on the agreement made between us is the reason for the difficult times today.” The situation will decide and the situation at the border is unusual even today.

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