(Kajal Singh journalist): The diplomatic battle between intensified tensions and military conflict between India and China in eastern Ladakh has intensified. Many countries have expressed their condolences for India’s restraint and approach to military conflict. In this case, China is now isolated. The G-7 meeting also condemned the Communist Party of China, referring to the military conflict between the two countries.
Several senators in the US Senate also condemned the provocation of the conflict along the Indo-China border. The European Union has also indirectly alerted the world about China’s approach. It has offered to cooperate with the US in this matter. While China is inciting India’s neighbors Nepal and Pakistan against India, the international superpowers are with India.
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• Countries like America, France, Germany, Maldives have expressed their condolences to the Indian soldiers killed in the violent clashes with China. This is a big diplomatic victory for India. Even during the Doklam dispute, some other countries including Japan, America supported India.
• David Stilwell, deputy secretary in the US State Department, said at the time of the Indo-China skirmish that it seems that China is taking advantage of this situation when the world is busy fighting with the coronavirus and all are busy saving lives. Is watching as
• US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo took a tweet that, we express our deepest condolences to the people of India, who are saddened by the Indians killed in the conflict with China. We will remember the families of these deceased soldiers, their loved ones.
• French Ambassador Emmanuel Lennain tweeted that we express our deepest condolences to the families of the Indian soldiers who laid down their lives while discharging their duties within the last few days. German Ambassador Walter J. Lindner also wrote that our condolences to the family of soldiers killed in Galvan.
• Maldives Foreign Minister Abdullah Shahid expressed our deepest condolences to the families of the slain Indian soldiers and the Indian public.