New York External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday clarified India’s intention on terrorism during a conversation with US National Security Advisor General HR McMasker. He says that India cannot tolerate terrorism and cannot justify it as diplomacy. He termed the recent agreement between India and Pakistan’s forces on the ceasefire as a “good step” but pointed out that there were some major issues between the two countries.
Foreign Minister Jaishankar said, “One day, both the neighbors will have to find ways.” It is not a question of whether we can live together. ”Jaishankar made this remark during a conversation with US National Security Advisor General HR McMasker.
In a conversation with former US National Security Advisor General HR McMaster, Jaishankar also said that India is going through a very stressful phase due to the epidemic. He said, “We are actually giving food to 80 crore people for free. Gave it for several months last year and after second wave, we are giving it again this time. We have added money to the bank accounts of 40 crore people. ”
A dialogue session was organized on the topic ‘India: Opportunities and Challenges for Strategic Partnership’ organized by Hoover Institution. On the condition of corona virus, the foreign minister said that vaccination of one part of the world and not a part of it will not be safe for anyone. He said that if big countries ignore everything and focus on their national interests, then a “big problem” will arise in the world.
During this, Foreign Minister Jaishankar told that the cease fire has been violated by Pakistan many times. With this, he told that this happened when a few weeks ago there was an agreement between the Director General of Military Operations of the two countries that they would not fire each other across the Line of Control.
Let us tell you that on 25 February, the forces of India and Pakistan had made a surprise announcement that they have agreed to strictly abide by all agreements on the ceasefire along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir and other areas. There itself
Relations between India and Pakistan have come to a standstill following the 2016 terrorist attack on the Pathankot Air Force Base by terror groups of Pakistan. A terrorist attack on the Indian Army camp in Uri has worsened the relationship between the two countries.