China Opposes India’s Reported Plan To Hold G20 Meeting In Kashmir, Should...

China Opposes India’s Reported Plan To Hold G20 Meeting In Kashmir, Should vacate Occupied Tibet and Occupied Ladakh Instead


China Opposes India’s Reported Plan To Hold G20 Meeting In Kashmir, Should vacate Occupied Tibet and Occupied Ladakh Instead

China has voiced its opposition to India’s reported plan to hold next year’s G20 meeting in Jammu and Kashmir, supporting its close ally the terrorist supporting Pakistan’s objection to it. By underlining that relevant sides should avoid “unilateral moves” that may “complicate” the situation, this Zhao character is indirectly trying to threaten India.

“We have noted this latest development,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian told a media briefing on Thursday while replying to a question from the official media.

“China’s position on the Kashmir issue is consistent and clear-cut. The Kashmir issue, a dispute left from the past, should be peacefully and properly addressed in accordance with the UN Charter, Security Council resolutions and bilateral agreement,” Mr Zhao said.

Yes Mr Zhao, Please also bring your forced occupation of Xinjiang, Tibet, Indian territory, prosecution of Quighers, Tibetans, people of Hong Kong and even general public in China. We Indians will discuss all the issues thread bare as we are now very clear on these issues.

He said the “parties concerned need to avoid unilateral moves that may complicate the situation. Efforts should be made to settle the dispute through dialogue and consultation so as to maintain regional peace and stability.”

India too has Cleary stated through its parliamentary resolution that one day rest of POK will be liberated. China should better watch out before interfering ins Inside Indian territory.

Stating that the G20 is a premier forum for international economic and financial cooperation, Mr Zhao said, “we call on all major economies to focus on steady recovery of the world economy, avoid politicising relevant cooperation and make positive contributions to improving global economic governance

Asked whether China, a member of G20, would attend the meeting to be held in 2023, he said, “We will look at whether China will attend the meeting.”

To another question that China is building the so-called “China-Pakistan Economic Corridor” in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir or PoK and India’s objections over it, Mr Zhao said the “two matters are completely different in nature. China has undertaken some projects in Pakistan to help it grow its economy and improve people’s livelihood.”

No Shri Zhao ji, they are not. Your country is in occupation of Indian territory in Ladakh and in Shakshagam Valley. You country has also forcibly occupied Tibet a friend of India. Your government is constructing infrastructure in Parts of Kashmir under illegal occupation of Pakistan. On top of that you have the audacity to say that….two matters are completely different in nature.

China fully well knows that it’s BRI faltered badly just because India had refused to participate inn it.In case China does not attend the G20 Summitt in Jammu & Kashmir then it’s position is going to falter badly, all over the world.

“These projects are in Pakistan-occupied areas of Kashmir,” Mr Zhao said, a rare occasion when China has described PoK in this way.

“Relevant Chinese companies conduct the relevant projects with the purpose of helping Pakistan to develop its economy and improve people’s livelihood,” he said.

“This does not affect China’s position on the Kashmir issue,” he underlined.

On June 25, Pakistan said it rejected India’s attempt to hold a meeting of G20 countries in Kashmir, hoping that members of the grouping will be fully cognisant of the imperatives of law and justice and would oppose the proposal outright.

Jammu and Kashmir will be hosting the 2023 meetings of G-20, an influential grouping that brings together the world’s major economies, with the union territory administration last Thursday setting up a five-member high-level committee for overall coordination.

This will be the first major international summit expected to be held in Jammu and Kashmir after its special status guaranteed under Article 370 of the Constitution was withdrawn and the erstwhile state was divided into two Union Territories in August 2019.

“Pakistan rejects any such attempt by India,” Mr Ahmad said.Imagine a statement from a country that is neither a member of G20 nor Ithaca been invited by India to the meeting.