The Indian government’s top diplomat, S. Jaishankar, has pledged to keep a “mutual” relationship with China.
These remarks were made by Jaishankar in answer to an inquiry on Beijing’s assurances that everything is “okay.”
China’s ambassador to India, Sun Weidong, said that “the era of emergency response after the Galwan Valley incident has effectively come to an end,” and that “the border situation is gradually reverting to routine administration and control.”
“As far as our relationship is concerned, I think what I’ve said is fair. According to Jaishankar, our ideal collaboration with China would be predicated on understanding, appreciation, and cooperation on the part of both parties.
While in the United States for the United Nations General Assembly, Minister Jaishankar paid a visit to his American counterpart, Antony Blinken, as well as other high-ranking officials in the Biden Administration in Washington.