Indonesia, Bolivia, Philippines, Turkey and Uganda have supported the China-India paper, which is meant to reduce some of the inequalities in favour of the West, said sources. "She was lying to the parliament", the editorial said.
Interpreting these calls for "both sides to withdraw troops" as a change of "New Delhi's guilty conscience".
According to news and website reports from Beijing, the editorial stated, "The lady foreign minister was lying to the parliamentarians in India, because firstly, India invaded the territory of China and it is a fact that New Delhi's adventures made the worldwide community surprised that no country would support it".
He further said that reportedly some Centre government officials are in contact with China to solve the issue. On Thursday, at a meeting in Geneva, India presented the paper and argued that the current WTO agreement on agriculture contains a major asymmetry as it allows developed countries access to enhanced support and sought its removal as a pre-requisite for talks on reforms for subsidies provided in the domestic markets. At the same time, it was the the People's Daily, a mouthpiece of the Chinese communist party, which raised the bar in terms of reference to the Sino-Indian war by re-publishing an editorial printed just before the onset of 1962 war. The US has been "closely" following the border standoff between India and China, urging the two countries to engage in direct dialogue to reduce the tension. The Chinese embassy in India has also been actively engaging with the Indian public to explain its country's position. Conversely, Sushma said that the boundaries between India and China are yet to be finalised and the two nations will do that bilaterally through a mechanism already set up, while the same between China and Bhutan too will be done through talks.
At the epicenter of the growing crisis is the Doklam plateau, which sits at the tri-junction of India, China and Bhutan, near the northeastern Indian state of Sikkim. "We hope this time New Delhi does not repeat the same mistake", it concluded.Читайте также: Frontier Airlines Announces Non-Stop Flights to Denver to Start in 2018
The article ends on an ominous note, saying that India would risk "losing face and be totally disgraced" besides losing its political clout.
Meanwhile, normal diplomatic meetings continue, with a senior Indian diplomat from the ministry of external affairs taking part in the meeting of policy planning leadership of BRICS countries. Doval will be visiting China to attend a meeting of NSAs from BRICS countries.
This was a reference to a visit by India's National Security Adviser Ajit Doval to Beijing for a meeting of the national security advisors from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa on 27-28 July.
India has tried to keep the temperature in New Delhi on an even keel, with limited public statements.
Responding to questions, the Pentagon refused to take sides on the issue.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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