Ajit Doval: Trust between two countries is lost..: Ajit Doval

-Galla S Kiran Kumar,Bureau Chief Telagana (Andhra Pradesh)

National Security Adviser Ajit Doval stated that India-China relations have been completely damaged.


Internet Desk: National Security Adviser Ajit Doval stated that due to developments along the de facto line in 2020, the strategic, public and political relations between India and China have been seriously damaged. He said that the trust between the two countries has disappeared. He made these comments while talking to China’s top diplomat Wang Yi at the BRICS meeting in South Africa. Ajit Dobal stated that continuous steps should be taken to remove the awkward situations between the two countries. Wang Yi, a member of China’s Political Bureau, participated in BRICS meetings. The country’s foreign minister Qin Gong was absent from it. Wang Yi on behalf of China and Ajit Dobal on behalf of India are acting as special representatives to discuss the border issue. Speaking at the BRICS meeting, Doval called upon the allies to work together on cyber security. Representatives of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa participated in this meeting. Shortly after the Chinese Foreign Ministry announced that Prime Minister Modi and Xi Jinping agreed to restore relations between the two countries at the G20 meeting in Bali, the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement on the Dobal-Wang meeting. It is noteworthy that the issue of Bali conference is not mentioned.


On the other hand, the representative of China, Wang Yi, said that the two countries should increase mutual strategic trust, focus on cooperation and overcome obstacles. He wished to restore the relations between the two countries. He revealed that China will never show hegemony. It is ready to work with other developing countries including India. He said that China is working to support the multi-polar world and democratic trend in international relations.

Wangyi and Dobal agreed that India-China relations are very important not only for the two countries but also for the entire region. Recently, Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Wang Yi met in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. It is remarkable that this meeting took place just a few days after the two discussed the border issue. Recently, Jaishankar commented that the border dispute between the two countries was the toughest issue in his career. He made it clear that it is impossible for the relations between the two countries to return to normal until this dispute is resolved.