India’s first reaction on China-Taiwan tension, know what was said
India On China-Taiwan Tension: India’s first reaction to the tension between China and Taiwan has come to the fore. India has called for efforts to de-escalate tensions and maintain peace and stability in the region. On the current situation in Taiwan, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that like many other countries, India is also concerned about the recent developments. We request restraint, avoid unilateral action to change the status quo, de-escalate tensions and maintain peace and stability in the region.
China has intensified its military exercises in the region after US Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan. India’s foreign ministry said that both sides should refrain from unilateral action to change the status quo. Arindam Bagchi further said that in this the relevant policies of India are well known and consistent and there is no need to repeat them.
China furious over Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan
Significantly, China had opposed the visit of US Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan and threatened America. At the same time, Nancy Pelosi, bypassing China’s threat, traveled to Taiwan and talked about China to maintain the status quo. After this China was furious and deployed its warships and fighter jets around Taiwan.
Many countries requested
China has called it a military exercise. Apart from this, China had also fired ballistic missiles around Taiwan. Taiwan has protested this action of China, calling it an act of provocation. On this matter, America, Australia and Japan also condemned the launch of ballistic missiles by China. At the same time, China was urged to stop military exercises immediately.
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