India Faces Prospect Of “Sustained” Chinese Threat: Outgoing US Envoy


    India Faces Prospect Of “Continual” Chinese Danger: Outbound US Envoy

    India Faces Prospect Of 'Sustained' Chinese Threat: Outgoing US Envoy

    India faces “aggressive Chinese activity on its border”, Kenneth Juster stated (Representational)

    New Delhi:

    The outbound US Ambassador to India, Kenneth Juster, referring to China’s aggression on the border through in 2015, today stated India and the United States have actually had close cooperation throughout this period, however left it to New Delhi to enter the degree of cooperation– military and otherwise.

    India, he stated, deals with “aggressive Chinese activity on its border”, “perhaps on a sustained basis”. In this background, the close coordination in between US and India is necessary.

    ” I think that no country has as strong and robust a defense and counterterrorism relationship with India as does the United States. Basically, no other country does as much to contribute to the security of Indians and India,” he stated.

    The Indo-Pacific region, the Ambassador said, is fast ending up being the “centre of gravity of the progressing international system”.

    Pointing to the increase of China and the Covid-19 pandemic that has wreaked economies, he stated the region needs “stability, leadership, and democratic design for advancement that does not threaten the sovereignty of other nations”.

    ” This is why a strong and democratic India is an important partner to promote peace and prosperity,” he added.


    India has actually been taken part in a violent face-off with China because April-May last year at the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh. In June, 20 Indian soldiers passed away in clashes with Chinese soldiers at Galwan Valley.

    On numerous celebrations, the United States had highly slammed China and expressed support for India’s efforts to defend sovereignty. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had said the United States “stands with India to deal with any hazard”.

    At the Quad meeting in October last year, Mr Pompeo had asked Asian allies to unify versus Beijing’s “exploitation, corruption and coercion” in the area.

    It is “more critical now than ever that we team up to secure our individuals and partners from the CCP’s (Chinese Communist Party) exploitation, corruption and browbeating”, he added, citing China’s actions in South and East China Seas, Hong Kong Himalayas, the Taiwan strait … these are simply a couple of examples,” he added.

    ( the heading, this story has actually not been released by Important India News personnel and is published from a syndicated feed.).


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