US senators on Galvan dispute, says, 'China deliberately provoking India'

Jun 30 2020 01:23 PM
US senators on Galvan dispute, says, 'China deliberately provoking India'

Washington: The dispute about the border between India and China is on the whole world. The dispute between two nuclear-rich countries has an impact on the world's politics. Meanwhile, several US senators have lambasted China for deliberately taking an aggressive stand against India. US Senator Marco Rubio held talks with India's Ambassador to the US Taranjit Singh Sandhu on Monday. He said that from China, the atmosphere of unrest with India is being created, we are standing with India on this issue. He said that India has made it clear that India will not bow down to China.

Apart from him, Senate Majority Leader Mitch Meconel has also lashed China for the second time in a week. He said that China has started its submarine in Japanese territory, has waged war with India. China has deliberately created this atmosphere and started a dispute with India. Mitch said that China has killed 20 Indian soldiers. Before the ongoing dispute between India and China, US President Donald Trump had said that this is a matter of great concern, he is ready to have talks in both the countries.

On the other hand, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had said that the US will move its army from Europe and deploy it to the Asian countries. Because China is constantly getting aggressive on India, moreover it is moving in the South China Sea.

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