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‘LAC worst crisis in decades’: Harsh Shringla

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India’s Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla has said that India has faced the ‘worst crisis in decades’ with ‘perseverance and maturity’ on the border with China.

Shringla was speaking at the French International Relations Institute (IFRI) in Paris. Describing India and France as ‘strong allies’ in the Indo-Pacific region, he said that ‘territorial integrity and sovereignty should be respected’ and ‘peaceful resolution of disputes’.

According to the Indian Express newspaper, talking on key geo-strategic issues, the Foreign Secretary said that the immediate challenges have not deterred India from its strategic goals on the border, especially in the Indian Pacific region, where India is purposefully pursuing a free, inclusive structure Moving in stages. During a program organized in a major Paris-think tank.

After a 2 + 2 meeting between India and America earlier this week, Foreign Minister S.K. Jaishankar also spoke of ‘respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty’.

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On Friday, Shringla also met her counterpart Fanswa Dulakht in France. The Indian Embassy in France said that there was a “very warm conversation” between the two.

India stands by France

Shringla also mentioned two recent terrorist incidents in France. At the same time, it is necessary to work strongly to remove the threat of terrorism.

Shringla also mentioned two recent terrorist incidents in France. At the same time, it is necessary to work strongly to remove the threat of terrorism.

Shringla told his French interlocutors that this has been a challenging year due to Covid and the stresses on the international system.

“While multilateralism needs to be reformed and upgraded, its hard-won gains must be nourished. As instinctive multilateralists, India and France have to shoulder responsibilities together, especially at the UNSC where we will work together,” he said.

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They threaten our cherished democratic freedoms and our shared republican ideals. The events of the past week in Paris and Nice have been horrific. India stands by France.