CPEC's extension to Afghanistan not directed against India: China
BEIJING: China on Wednesday said that its ambitious China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is not directed against India and the project should not be influenced or disturbed by any third country, a day after Beijing offered to extend the $50 billion project to Afghanistan.
When asked about reports that China's plans to extend the CPEC to Afghanistan sparked concerns in India, Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said the project extension is not directed at any third country.
She said the project serves the common interests of the three counties.
Sham Lal Mehta-Bengaluru-12 hours ago
Whatever China says, take the opposite to be true.
Jyoti-12 hours ago
Who gave permission to construct road in POK, which is a part of India. Can India make roads in China ?
Surendra-12 hours ago
Cunning China!!!!. Making inroads with Afghanistan !!! Very dangerous move ! Wake up foreign ministry !!!!!
Nitin Kumar-India-12 hours ago
Another failure of the government, giving billions in foreign aid yet farmers are dying of loans and hunger. Any sensible government first fixes their nation and then fixes other nation.
Think About-USA-12 hours ago
India should pressurize Afghanis to not join CPEC
Ajay Varma-12 hours ago
Try to convince Afghanistan , these Chinese will be disappointed as Afghanistan will never allow china to enter their soil like the porkistanis have soil their motherland for few peanuts thrown on their face'es
Nitin Narayan-Boston-11 hours ago
India should make it difficult for Chinese to do business in India ... Cheap stuff should not enter Indian market at all. This should be done silently by raising import quality screening and higher taxes on imports. India needs to be strong headed in dealing with small eyes of China ...
Kingmaker-Zambia-11 hours ago
India should first concentrate on capability to serve our own market reducing imports. Once we achieve this, we can start thinking about extending influence to other countries. Till that time lets not worry much about China.