China held a meeting of foreign ministers from some South Asian countries to discuss the Corona situation. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi invited Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh for talks at foreign ministerial level.
China held a meeting of foreign ministers from some South Asian countries to discuss the Corona situation. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi invited Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh for talks at foreign ministerial level. Wang Yi suggested flexible ways to manage the crown and ensure a diverse and stable vaccine supply.
India, Maldives and Bhutan remain absent
India, Maldives and Bhutan were absent, but China said this virtual program is open to all countries in the region, including India.
When asked why India was not invited to the meeting,
Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said at a press conference that China adheres to the spirit of openness and inclusivity and that this meeting is open to all South Asian countries. including India. We welcome the participation of all countries.
China Said: We Are Ready to Work With India
When asked about China’s offer to help India cope with the epidemic, Wang said China had already expressed its willingness to help India. Pressure Chinese companies to meet India’s demand for oxygen concentrators and other vital medical supplies, “he said. We are ready to work with India in various ways. We are confident that India will eradicate this virus.”
China and Bangladesh should oppose the military alliance of external forces
Chinese Foreign Minister Wei Feng said on Tuesday that China and Bangladesh should oppose the formation of military alliances by foreign powers in South Asia, as Wei did during a meeting with the President of Bangladesh Abdul Hameed. The two leaders agreed to strengthen bilateral military cooperation. Weis’ remarks come as India, the United States, Australia and Japan prepare to step up their military cooperation on the Quad. It is believed that this is a response to aggression from China to India. Pacific region.