India-China Relationship: External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar said – China hates India because of no nuclear race between India and China, India’s relations with other countries are the reason
Dr. S. Jaishankar, External Affairs Minister
- The reason for the tension between India and China is that India has intimate relations with other countries.
- No nuclear race between India and China
- Somewhere there is a violation of mutual agreements by China for the tension
There is a general belief that if two powerful people have lived together then there is more ideological conflict. This thing fits the relationship between India and China. China talks about friendship with India on one hand, but on the other hand, it does not deter provocative action. External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar made a big deal on India-China relationship. He said that there is no nuclear race between the two countries, but China’s annoyance is with India’s bilateral relations. China does not want India to build relations with other countries of the world according to its needs.
No nuclear race between India and China
Dr S Jaishankar said at the Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations in Moscow that I do not believe that there is a nuclear arms race between India and China. China became a nuclear power in 1964, India in 1998… The development of the Chinese program is much more dynamic than ours. He said since last year there have been a lot of concerns about bilateral relations between the two countries, as Beijing has not followed agreements on the border issue, which affected the foundation of the relationship.
some other cause of stress
I would say that we have had a very stable relationship with China for the last 40 years. China has emerged as the second largest trading partner… but for the past one year there have been a lot of concerns about the relationship as China has ignored the agreements it signed till it came to our border. After 45 years, we actually had a border incident with casualties. And for any country, peace and tranquility on the border is the foundation of relations with its neighbours. So naturally the foundation has gone bad.
After Galvan, relations with China soured
India and China are locked in a fierce military standoff since May 2020 at various friction points along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh. However, in February both sides withdrew troops and armory from the northern and southern banks of Pangong Tso Lake. Series of diplomatic and military-level talks. The two countries are currently engaged in talks to move troops to the remaining friction points, as India has pushed for demilitarization, particularly in the Hot Springs, Gogra and Depsang areas. According to officials, both sides currently have around 50,000-60,000 troops along the LAC in the high altitude sensitive area.
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