India-China met at the G-20 foreign minister’s meeting
Team Ambitiousbaba are here with a Current Affairs Special Series. In this series, candidates will be introduced to current affairs topics daily, which will not only improve their general awareness but also will ensure that the candidates do not lack in any current affairs topic. Today’s Current Affairs topic is “India-China met at the G-20 foreign minister’s meeting“
Indian External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar scheduled a meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Bali for the G-20 foreign ministers’ meeting. This meeting has been scheduled amid the ongoing standoff between troops along the India-China border.
According to the official statement from the External Affairs ministry India anticipated for an early resolution of all the outstanding issues along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.
S Jaishankar repeated the India’s view that Indo-China relations is “best served by observing the three mutuals which are mutual respect, mutual sensitivity and mutual interests”.
Indian on issues with China:
India is focused on “specific outstanding issues” in the bilateral relationship relating to the “border situation”.
In the meeting with China, S Jaishankar has also talked about matters including students and flights, and “shared perspectives” on the international situation.
Last bilateral meeting of India and China:
Indian side let by S Jaishankar and Wang from China scheduled a meeting last in Delhi during the Chinese Foreign Minister’s visit in March this year.
They at the time “Shared perspectives on the international situation and its impact on the G20 deliberations”.
Resolution for border issues:
The External Affairs ministry called for an early solution of all the outstanding issues along the LAC in Eastern Ladakh.
It can be resolved by recalling the disengagement attained in some friction areas.
Both the countries have also ingeminated the need to sustain the momentum to discharge disengagement from all the remaining areas to restore peace and tranquility in the border areas.
Upcoming G20 and SCO:
The two ministers also commuted perspectives on other regional and global developments.
China has also appraised India’s support during China’s BRICS Chair ship this year” and even China gave assurance to India that they will support India at upcoming G20 and SCO Presidency of India”.
Question & Answer:
Q1. Who met China’s representative Wang Yi amid the tension over India-China border issue?
Ans. S. Jaishankar (External Affairs Minister)
Q2. Recent meeting between India-China was held at which place?
Ans. Bali, Indonesia
Q3. What is the capital and currency of China?
Ans. Capital- Beijing, Currency- Chinese Yuan