Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar at ASEAN: 'India-China relationship has direct implication for ASEAN'

11 July 2017, 11:11 AM
Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar
Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar

Foreign secretary S Jaishankar is speaking at ASEAN regarding India's relationship with other member states of the forum. He claimed that the evolving India-China relationship has direct implication for ASEAN. He also said that India-China relations are multifaceted in today's era.

Updates Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar at ASEAN

# In their relationship India & China must not allow differences to become disputes

# One, at a time of global uncertainty, India China relations are factor of stability

# It is not only India and China that have stakes in each other, world and especially the ASEAN have vested interest in this matter

# Today India-China relations are really multifaceted. Last month when leadrs of 2 countries met, they reached consensus on 2 points

# India-China partnership acquired many dimensions & substance that reducing it to black & white argumentation cant be serious proposition

# We are all aware by now of the complexity inherent in rise of two major powers near simultaneously that too in close proximity

# In this changing landscape, few would dispute that evolving India-China relationship has a direct implication for ASEAN, globally

# India's bilateral relationships with ASEAN member states have grown in tandem with this broader regional engagement

# Determined effort being made to expand manufacturing, transform infrastructure and enhance the quality of human resources

# Today the change is underway in India deeper and broader

# China's dramatic rise has repercussions that are still being evaluated, perhaps by China itself

# United States is in the process of redefining its strategic posture and not just in South East Asia

First Published: Tuesday, July 11, 2017 11:09 AM
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