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One less problem at the border, says Jaishankar after Hot Springs pullback

A day after Indian and Chinese troops completed the decontamination process at Patrolling Point-15 in eastern Ladakh’s Gogra-Hot Springs area, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday confirmed that the process was complete and said it was “a problem”. is less. range”.

This was the government’s first remarks after the decommissioning process was completed at one of the last friction points on the India-China border.

Responding to questions asked during the conversation after the bilateral meeting with visiting Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna, Jaishankar said, “I don’t think I am saying anything new today, except that I will assume that PP – We had a dissolution at 15 … As I understand it, the separation is complete, and it is less of a problem at the border.”

On China’s aggressive behavior along the Indo-Pacific and the border with India, Colona said, “We have spoken a lot about the normalcy in the Indo-Pacific and the many challenges… we have basically the same analysis… We also share similar concerns because we know…the role the Chinese are playing, and we want to make sure there is no imbalance in the Indo-Pacific…. Nor are we looking for an imbalance of powers elsewhere in the world.

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Jaishankar said, “On the Indo-Pacific, it is important for like-minded countries to work together to contribute to ensuring peace, stability, security, prosperity and progress. We consider France an Indo-Pacific player and a Also a country that has a long presence in the Indian Ocean.

Colona raised the issue Ukraine Prominent in her statements during the talks she said: “Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has been a matter of concern. And this is something that concerns not only Ukraine, but the whole world, all governments in the world…. We are all one We believe in these core principles of peaceful coexistence of respect for each other. When these core principles are violated or attacked… don’t forget that everyone is watching us.

“Whatever is happening in Ukraine … this is not something that concerns only Ukraine or just the European continent. This is a very serious issue for the whole world community.”

On Ukraine, Jaishankar said, “The important thing is that there should be a return to dialogue and diplomacy… Among the world’s major countries, two leaders who regularly engage both sides in conflict are Prime Minister Modi and (France). K). President (Emmanuel) Macron.”

Later in the day, Colona met Modi and discussed bilateral and other issues of mutual interest. He conveyed Macron’s “message of friendship and cooperation to the prime minister”.

“PM Modi recalled his recent meetings with President Macron in Paris and Schloss Elmau of Germany and expressed his desire to welcome the President to India at the earliest,” the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement.

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The French Embassy said in a statement that the talks between Jaishankar and Colonna discussed deepening and expanding the strategic partnership in all areas. The embassy said the two discussed joint efforts for a free, open and rules-based Indo-Pacific, where both countries are resident powers.

“They also discussed general efforts to respond to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and its global economic consequences, particularly food security,” it said.

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