China on Wednesday said its eastern Ladakh border standoff with India was a bilateral issue and the United States should “stop” its Indo-Pacific strategy as it seeks to impose dominance American in the region. The remarks by the Chinese Foreign Ministry come a day after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo assured India that the United States is firmly on India’s side in addressing challenges posed by New Sovereignty. Delhi.
Questions between two countries
Pompeo’s remarks came after the Third Indo-American Dialogue in New Delhi, during which the two sides discussed prominently the Indochinese border dispute and the situation in the Indo-Pacific region. Reacting to the United States’ goal of a strong defense relationship with India, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told reporters on Wednesday that “border issues between China and India are affairs between two countries “.
America is firmly on India’s side
He said in the context of the military and diplomatic talks between India and China to break the deadlock, “The situation at the border is now generally stable and the two sides resolve the relevant issues through dialogue and discussion.” Condemning China, Pompeo referred to the sacrifice of 20 Indian soldiers in the Galvan Valley and said the United States was firmly on New Delhi’s side in dealing with challenges posed by India’s sovereignty.
The RPC not democracy
Pompeo also said yesterday: “ Our leaders and citizens clearly believe that the Chinese Communist Party (CPC) is not in favor of the rule of law of democracy, of transparency … I am happy to say that the United States and India take measures to strengthen our cooperation to face not only the threats posed by the Chinese Communist Party, but also all kinds of threats.
America imposes its domination
Wang condemned the American Indo-Pacific concept and said, “The Indo-Pacific strategy proposed by the United States propagates the past Cold War mentality and confrontation and the geopolitical game. It focuses on the imposition of American domination. This is against the common interests of the region and we urge the United States to end it. He said: “Any concept of regional development must be in step with the times of peaceful development and cooperation for the benefit of all.”