China Talks Seriously on Kashmir during Xi-Modi

China Talks Seriously on Kashmir during Xi-Modi
China Talks Seriously on Kashmir during Xi-Modi

On Wednesday Just 24 hours before of the Modi-Xi summit in Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu’s India, China exchanged serious words on Kashmir saying that comments on the internal matters are not welcome for the “relevant” UN declarations after Chinese President Xi Jinping’s summit with Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistani.

Answering the questions on China’s that the dispute on the J&K must be answered according to the UN resolutions. Raveesh Kumar, MEA spokesperson said that “the position of “India’s is now steady. Jammu & Kashmir is a part of India. China understands it well where we position. There is no right to other countries to comment on the internal affairs of India.”

Looking no attempt to sidestep the problem hours before the leader of China was to emplane for India. Raveesh Kumar added, “We have seen the report regarding the meeting of Chinese President Xi Jinping with Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan which also refers to their discussions on Kashmir.

Finding that the Pakistan and China were all-weather strategic partners, Xi is accounted to have said, “No issue how the regional and international condition changes, the bond of friendship between Pakistan and China has always been unbreakable and rock solid. The cooperation between China-Pakistan has always maintained strong energy.”

In a joint press release on Xi’s conference with Khan said China was giving close attention to the present condition of Jammu and Kashmir. It repeated that the Kashmir problem, being an argument left from history, must be correctly and peacefully resolved to depend on the Charter of UN, appropriate UNSC declarations and bilateral deals.

Xi was quoted by China Media “The rights and wrongs of the situation in Kashmir are clear”. He also added, “China supports Pakistan in safeguarding its legitimate rights and interests and hopes the parties concerned can resolve the dispute through peaceful dialogue”.

China thought it opposed any one-sided actions that make difficult the condition. However, the joint statement noted that the parties required settling down the disputes through dialogue on the base of mutual respect and equality, the lean towards Pakistan was clear.

Considerably, according to the source of the government, India will not raise the Kashmir problem with Xi at the time of the forthcoming summit.


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