Chinese Ambassador raises objection over Ken Juster's remark on China for being aggressive at border

The Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong on Thursday raised objection over the US Ambassador's remark on aggressive Chinese activities at the borders with India. We have noticed recent remarks with reference to China by the US side. We firmly oppose any third party meddling, Weidong said.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Jan 06, 2021 13:25 IST
Chinese Ambassador raises objection over Ken Juster's remark on China for being aggressive at border
Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong on Juster's remark- Image courtesy- HT

Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong raises objection over the US Ambassador Ken Juster's remark on aggressive Chinese activities at the border with India. Refuting the any third party involvement between India and China, Weidong raised objection to the Juster's remark during the farewell address on Wednesday.

"We have noticed recent remarks with reference to China by the US side. We firmly oppose any third party meddling in China-India border issue and hope the US relations with others not target any specific country," Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong tweets.

On Wednesday, US Ambassador to India Ken Juster called Chinese activities at border as 'agressive' and offered support to settle down the disputes with talks.

"India faces Chinese aggression at border, Our close coordination has been important as India confronts, "perhaps on a sustained basis, aggressive Chinese activity on its border," Juster said.

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Calling an good opportunity for India, US Ambassador Juster said that companies find it increasingly difficult to operate in China or seek to diversify way from Chinese led supply chains. India has strategic opportunity to become an alternative manufacturing destination in Indo-Pacific region, he added.

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