China has objected to the G20 meeting to be held in Jammu and Kashmir. China said the parties concerned should avoid complicating the situation with unilateral steps. We have to resolve disputes through dialogue and dialogue and together we have to maintain peace and stability. He said that the G20 is the main forum for international economic cooperation.
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China’s advice – should stop complicating the situation,
Zhao said that the parties concerned should avoid complicating the situation with unilateral steps. We have to resolve disputes through dialogue and dialogue and together we have to maintain peace and stability. He said that the G20 is the main forum for international economic cooperation. “We call on the parties concerned to focus on the economic recovery and refrain from politicizing this relevant issue and make a positive contribution to improving global economic governance,” he said.
Will China join the G20? Know what the answer
was whether China would participate in the meeting as a member of the G-20 group, in response to this question, Zhao said that we will consider whether we will attend the meeting or not. When asked about China’s construction of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor in the disputed region of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and India’s objection to it, he said the two matters are of a completely different nature. China has undertaken projects to develop Pakistan’s economy and improve the livelihood of its people.
China said this on Chinese projects in PoK,
he said that some projects are in that part of Kashmir which is under the control of Pakistan. The concerned Chinese companies running the projects do this with the aim of helping the local people to develop their economy and improve their livelihood. This does not mean that our stand on Kashmir has changed. Pakistan on June 25 said that it rejects India’s attempt to meet the G20 countries in Kashmir and expects the group’s member states to adopt the proposal, taking full cognizance of the essential elements of law and justice. will oppose clearly.
to host G20 meetings in Jammu and Kashmir in 2023 Jammu and Kashmir will host G20 meetings in 2023. The world’s largest economies are included in this influential group. On Thursday, the Jammu and Kashmir administration had constituted a five-member high-level committee for overall coordination. This will be the first major international meeting proposed here after the special status of Jammu and Kashmir was withdrawn.
Pakistan had already expressed its opposition: Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Asim Iftikhar Ahmed said in a statement that Islamabad has taken note of reports in Indian media indicating that India may hold some G20 meetings in Jammu and Kashmir. can consider. He said that Pakistan completely rejects any such attempt by India. Ahmed said it was a well-known fact that “Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized disputed territory between Pakistan and India and has been on the agenda of the UN Security Council for more than seven decades.