1. China chides Japan for backing India on Doklam

China chides Japan for backing India on Doklam

China on Friday told Japan not to make "random" comments on the Sino-Indian border stand-off even if it wants to support New Delhi.

By: | Beijing | Updated: August 18, 2017 2:17 PM
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China on Friday told Japan not to make “random” comments on the Sino-Indian border stand-off even if it wants to support New Delhi. Japan has rallied behind India over the dragging feud at Doklam, with its envoy Kenji Hiramatsu saying that the region is disputed and Tokyo understands why New Delhi got embroiled in it. “I have seen the Japanese Ambassador in India really wants to support India. I want to remind him not to randomly make comments before clarifying relevant facts,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said. She rebutted Hiramatsu who said that Doklam, on the Sikkim section of the India-China border, was disputed and no country should change the status quo by using force.

“In the Donglang (Doklam) area, there is no territorial dispute. And the boundary has been delimited and recognized by the two sides,” Hua said. “And the attempt to change the status quo by trespass in the boundary is by India, not China.” Japan is the first country to openly speak on the crisis and back India. Hua again asked India to immediately withdraw troops from Doklam, where both sides have been engaged in a stand-off since June.

She said India’s unconditional pullback will be the basis for any meaningful dialogue to resolve the crisis, which has plunged ties between two countries to a new low. Doklam is disputed by Bhutan and China. India says the area belongs to Bhutan and Chinese soldiers entered the area, affecting New Delhi’s strategic interests.

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    Amit
    Aug 18, 2017 at 2:34 pm
    Moreover Mao's Communist regime of China does not even care to obey/respect International Rules Regulations, whether it is in case of supply of Nukes its Technology to North Korea, Pakistan through Pakistan to Iran, Iraq Libya. And more recently whether we look in the case of Vietnam Sea (or so called South China Sea), strict violation of the orders of International Court of Justice by China. On regular basis China even violates the territorial boundaries (either water or land) of other neighbouring countries like Taiwan, Mon a, Brunei, Philippines, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore etc. In China there are no democratic rights for there own people. People in China does not even have a right to vote, but it is hard to understand why it is called as People's Republic of China.
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      Amit
      Aug 18, 2017 at 2:33 pm
      India should not fall into a trap of blackmailing of China for supporting its Genocide corridors in return of Doka La. China is furious doing all this with India Bhutan because both the countries has strongly opposed its Genocide corridors - OBOR in June. India should must not support TKB- Tibet Kashmir Baluchistan Genocide Corridor or CPGC- China Pakistan Genocide Corridor or so called CPEC/OBOR (One Belt One Road)/BRI (Border Road Initiative). These areas i.e., Tibet, Kashmir, Kailash Mansarover,Himalayas, Baluchistan are anciently historically integral part of India. A terrorist Mao regime or Mao Republic of China since 1950's first killed there own King, than its own people and afterwards start capturing Indian northern areas demolishing peoples fundamental rights even conducting mass genocides from Tibet to Chinese Occupied Kashmir (Aksai Chin) now from Gilgit Baltistan to Baluchistan.
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