NSA Ajit Doval met Chinese counterpart in Johannesburg, know what issues were discussed -aabtak24


NSA Ajit Doval: India’s National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval met China’s top diplomat Wang Yi in Johannesburg, South Africa. During this, bilateral relations were discussed between the two. Doval and Wang met at the ‘Friends of BRICS’ event in Johannesburg on Monday. took place on the sidelines of the meeting. Wang is the director of the Foreign Affairs Commission Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. Doval and his meeting came days after the meeting between Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Wang in the Indonesian capital Jakarta. 

Continuous dispute over LAC
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Wang discussed pending issues related to peace and tranquility in the border areas. The military standoff between India and China has been going on in eastern Ladakh for the last three years. Jaishankar has described it as the most complex challenge of his long diplomatic career. India has made it clear that until peace is maintained in the border area, bilateral relations cannot be normalised. 

What happened to Doval
China’s official news agency ‘Xinhua’ According to , Wang said in his meeting with Doval that the two countries should enhance mutual strategic trust, focus on consensus and cooperation, remove bottlenecks and put bilateral relations on the path of strong and stable development as soon as possible. 

‘Xinhua’ According to, Wang stressed that China will never seek hegemony and is willing to work with other developing countries, including India, to support multilateralism and democratization of international relations and promote more equitable development of the international order. 

Cyber ​​security was mentioned
Earlier, on Monday, Doval addressed the ‘Friends of BRICS’ In the meeting called for collective efforts to deal with the challenges arising out of cyber security. BRICS and ‘Friends of BRICS’ Also held several bilateral discussions with their counterparts from the countries of the group. South Africa will host the BRICS summit next month. BRICS countries include Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

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