- The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPAC) is part of China’s ambitious Belt and Road project
- The sepac passes through Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POCO), which is strongly objected to by India.
- Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said that India differs from China’s Belt and Road project, will remain separate
Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said on the Belt and Road project of China. Jaishankar has said that we differ from this. India will not compromise its sovereignty over the project. However, China’s Belt and Road project passes through Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (Pok).
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPAC) is part of this ambitious project of China.
However, Pok is officially part of India and India has a strong objection to the passing of the corridor from here.
The External Affairs Minister said that we want a partnership in development with neighboring countries, but not on the condition of any kind of agreement with our sovereignty.
Foreign Minister S Jaishankar spoke on china belt
On the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, the External Affairs Minister said that it was a temporary provision in the Indian Constitution. He said at the India Economic Summit organized by the World Economic Forum that Kashmir is a purely bilateral issue and there is no need for any mediation on it.
S. Jaishankar said that we can influence other countries. If we cannot impress our neighbors then we cannot do other countries. However, this work can not in strength but in harmony.
Describing India’s policy as a nationalist, Jaishankar said, “India is an exception because we are more nationalistic.” However, there is no dispute between us about nationalism and internationalism in relation to the world. Therefore, nationalism is not the wrong thing. ‘ S. about the Belt and Road project.
However, Jaishankar said that India has already clarified its opinion on sovereignty. We differ from this. We will not compromise our sovereignty.