Chinese envoy seeks to keep away from commerce boycott

New Delhi, July 10

Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong on Friday made the case for turning the web page over the Galwan valley incident, which was a scenario “neither China nor India would have liked to see”.

Let’s push for peace

India and China ought to be companions slightly than rivals, push for peace slightly than confrontation, construct belief and transfer ahead slightly than backward. — Sun Weidong, Chinese Ambassador

In the quick time period, the Chinese envoy was avoiding an Indian boycott of Chinese commerce, calming tempers to discourage India from labelling China as a strategic enemy and salvaging the 70th anniversary celebrations of diplomatic ties.

Sun talked about these points in “five fundamental points” about India-China ties in a video tackle. He additionally addressed rising opinions in India after the Galwan valley conflict about Chinese expansionism and viewing Beijing as an enemy and a strategic risk. “It is not the fact. It is harmful indeed and not helpful,” he noticed. — TNS

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