‘We will not be forced by terrorism…’ Jaishankar lashed out at Pakistan in Cyprus, warned China
Jaishankar in Cyprus: The Foreign Minister told that there are more than 3 crore Indians and people of Indian origin, who live abroad. India really has an obligation to take care of them, especially in the most difficult of circumstances to the best of its ability.
Foreign Minister Jaishankar said that relations with China are not normal because the government will not agree to any attempt to unilaterally change the Line of Actual Control (LAC). (Image: ANI)
- Jaishankar lashed out at Cyprus without naming Pakistan
- India wants good neighborly relations with all: External Affairs Minister
- External Affairs Minister also shared his views on the standoff with China on the border
Nicosia. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Friday indirectly attacked Pakistan, saying terrorism cannot be used as a tool to force India to the negotiating table. According to the report of ANI, without naming Pakistan, Jaishankar told the NRI community in Cyprus that we will never normalize it. He further said that due to terrorism, we will never allow India to be forced to come to the negotiating table. India wants good neighborly relations with all, but good neighborly relations do not mean making excuses or rationalizing terrorism.
The country is ahead in helping overseas Indians
Talking to the Indian diaspora, the External Affairs Minister said that ‘today there are more than 30 million Indians and people of Indian origin, who live abroad. When such a large number of people live in foreign countries, we are seeing the benefits of India in many ways, then the big question arises what is the responsibility of India? India really has an obligation to take care of them, especially to take care of them to the best of their ability in the most difficult circumstances.’ According to Jaishankar, wherever Indians have been in difficulty in the last seven or eight years, the Indian government has stepped up and taken care of them. have helped.