India’s successful hosting of the G20 summit is being praised worldwide. But a Chinese think tank has accused India of using the G20 summit to push its agenda. The think tank said that India has betrayed China by raising issues of its interests at the summit and implementing anti-China measures.
This think tank says that by organizing G-20 meetings in the disputed areas (Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh), India has tried to seek recognition of its occupation of these areas.
This is the main cause of China’s problems
Let us tell you that on the first day of the G-20 conference, India announced the India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor. In addition to the Middle East and European countries, America is also an important partner in this project. This corridor is seen as China’s answer to the BRI (Belt and Road). Prime Minister Modi said that in times to come, India will be an effective medium for economic integration between West Asia and Europe. This will provide sustainable guidance for connectivity and development worldwide.
China has become so upset about this that it has become nervous. The Chinese government may not say anything directly, but it is trying to threaten India through its so-called think tanks.
India expands its agenda: Chinese think tank
According to a report by India Today, the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, a think-tank, said in its article that India has “used the G20 platform to push its own agenda, which is detrimental to global issues”. But this is meant to promote division rather than cooperation.” The think tank said that by raising anti-China issues, India “broke the unity of the G20 group and harmed China’s interests.”
China is trying to divert attention from its issues!
The think tank’s article is clearly motivated by political considerations. China is facing growing international pressure over its human rights and aggressive behavior in the South China Sea. By accusing India of weakening the G20, the Chinese government is trying to divert attention from its own issues.
By the way, the article is also factually incorrect. For example, it claims that India is “trying to increase its influence in the Indo-Pacific region at the expense of China.” However, he has not provided any evidence to support these claims.
Contrary to the claims of this Chinese think tank, India focused on the following points during the G20 summit:
1-Promote global measures against climate change and energy security
2-Promote global economic development
3- Strengthen global cooperation against terrorism and other illegal activities
4-Promote international trade and investment
5-Promote investment in social services such as health and education
India is a responsible member of the G-20
Let us tell you that the G20 summit has strengthened India’s global leadership position. India has always been a responsible member of the G20 and has always strived to improve cooperation on global issues. India is committed to promoting peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region and will oppose Chinese aggression.