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India Again Pings China on Masood Azhar Listing

Published Apr 23, 2019
Updated Apr 20, 2020

Foreign Secretary Shri Vijay Gokhale visited Beijing on April 22, 2019 for regular diplomatic consultations between India and China, with Executive Vice Foreign Minister of China, Mr. Le Yucheng and Vice Foreign Minister, Mr. Kong Xuanyou.

Ministry of External Affairs Official Spokesperson’s in response to media query on discussions with China on the 1267 Listing of JeM Leader Masood Azhar during Visit of FS to Beijing stated, “We have shared with China all evidences of terrorist activities of Jaish-e-Mohammad and its leader Masood Azhar. It is now for the 1267 Sanctions Committee and other authorized bodies of the U.N. to take a decision on the listing of Masood Azhar. India will continue to pursue all available avenues to ensure that terrorist leaders who are involved in heinous attacks on our citizens are brought to justice”.

The diplomats reviewed the progress made in India-China bilateral relations since the Informal Summit between Prime Minister Modi and President Xi Jinping in April 2018 and discussed the agenda for bilateral engagement in the coming months.

The two sides also exchanged views on regional and international issues of common interest, including the Indo-Pacific. During the visit, Foreign Secretary Gokhale also called on the Chinese Foreign Minister and State Councillor Mr. Wang Yi, who is incidentally busy with preparations for the Belt and Road Forum (BRF) which India has declined to attend.

Media reported in New Delhi that Gokhale reiterated that India and China need to be sensitive to each other’s concerns to Chinese state councilor and foreign minister, Wang Yi.

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Indian Navy Given Top Billing in China’s IFR in Qingdao

Chinese media has given top billing to the Indian Navy’s participation in IFR in Qingdao

 

IN Ships to participate in International Fleet Review at Qingdao, China

The Indian Navy would be represented in the IFR at Qingdao by indigenously built stealth guided missile destroyer INS Kolkata and fleet support ship INS Shakti.

 

Chinese Defense Minister meets with Pakistani Chief of the Naval Staff

Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister General Wei Fenghe met on Sunday with Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi, Chief of the Naval Staff of Pakistan, in Beijing.

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