No foreign investments in India: China
Guwahati/ 16th September’2017 (Prag News Desk): China said that it is opposed to any foreign investments, including that from Japan, in India’s Northeast and is against any third party’s involvement in resolving its border disputes with India.
Reacting to Japan’s plans to step up investments in the northeastern states during Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to India, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told the media that China is opposed to any foreign investment in the “disputed areas”. China stated that according to the Act East policy, India must be clear with the boundary of India and China shares and that border area has not been totally delimited as dispute still exist on the eastern section of the boundary.
It was also conveyed that post Doklam, China and India are sitting for peace talks and under such circumstances, India should respect such aspects and any third party should not be involved in our efforts to resolve the disputes.
China claims Arunachal Pradesh as southern Tibet.