Published: Mon, September 18, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

China can't stop India from developing Northeast, says Amit Shah

China can't stop India from developing Northeast, says Amit Shah

Abe and Modi have agreed to deepen strategic ties.

Reacting to Japan's push for stepping up investments in the northeastern states, China had on Friday said that it was opposed to the involvement of a third-party in the resolution of the Sino-India boundary disputes or any foreign investments in areas over which it has claims in the region.

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The varied stance of US President Donald Trump over the South China Sea may also have influenced the mention of the dispute between India and Japan.

"Japan's attitude towards India has been shaped by a few important variables such as arrival of China as a major actor in global politics; decreasing USA influence in the region; growing U.S. interest vis-à-vis India; the need to secure trade and energy networks in critical maritime space; and tapping the emerging market potential".

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"There are disputes over the eastern section of the China-India boundary". We know that resolving disputes by directly concerned parties to uphold freedom of navigation and over flight is China's position. Under such circumstances, the official has said, various parties should respect such aspects and any third party should not be involved in our efforts to resolve the disputes. That Abe's visit to India came days after the end of an India-China military standoff, as well as a North Korean nuclear test, only served to bring together Modi and Abe to air common concerns and underline the commonality of views between Japan and India. India has also extended to Japan an offer denied to any other country, which is to assist in infrastructure development in the Northeast.

China's foreign ministry spokesperson, however, clarified that both India and Japan can play a constructive role for developing mutual trust and cooperation between regional countries and the peace, stability and development of the region. I have not found the word "China" in the statement. The contrast with India-China trade, at $71 billion a year, and Japan-China trade, at $279 billion, is stark, and the decision to finalise four new locations for special Japanese industrial townships may be only one way of addressing the difficulties businessmen face in India. So, I am wondering whether this is the overinterpretation of the media or just like the media's conjecture, both Japan and India have the hidden agenda. "We are committed to the policy of Make in India", Abe said.

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