For All Defence Aspirants india ,china ink pact on security cooperation
INDIA ,CHINA INK PACT ON SECURITY COOPERATION
India And China Held Their First High Level Meeting On Bilateral Security Cooperation In New Delhi
An agreement on security cooperation between the ministry of home affairs of india and the ministry of public security of china was signed.
The agreement will strengthen and consolidate discussion and cooperation in the area of counter-terrorism ,organized crimes ,drug control and other such relevant areas.
Both sides also discussed issues of bilateral counter-terrorism cooperation and welcomed increased cooperation in the area of security cooperation.
India raised the issue of china repeatedly blocking the proposal to designate jaish-e-Mohammad chief maulana Masood azhar as a global terrorist.
Other than terrorism ,India has also discussed cooperation between the two countries to tackle transnational crimes and cybercrimes.
The meeting comes more than a year after a tense stand off at doklam between the militaries of china and china.
This was followed by prime minister narendra modi and Chinese president xi jinking’s meeting in the Chinese city of wuhan ,where they decided on a number of steps to bring down tensions and normalize ties following the stand off.
India and china have alo jointly launched a training programme for afghan diplomats
India has been concerned by what it sees as china’s increasing footprint in its periphery in recent years in countries such as Myanmar Nepal, Bhutan and Maldives, which are considered as lying within India’s sphere of influence in south Asia.
In the past, India has also opposed suggestions by countries such as the Maldives and Nepal to include china in SAARC.