World / China will close eye on india relation with mangolia and japan

Zoom News : Aug 26, 2022, 06:21 PM
Japan : Amidst the tension on the border, China is keeping a close watch on India's relations with other countries. In this episode, he will keep an eye on the steps of Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, who is visiting Mongolia and Japan. It is clear from the statements coming from China that it is not at all supportive of the growing friendship between India and Japan. Let us tell you that the second round of two plus two talks between India and Japan is going to be held on 8 September. It will be attended by the Foreign and Defense Ministers of India and Japan. Earlier, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh is going on a two-day visit to Mongolia. In this meeting to be held on September 6, Rajnath Singh will meet the President there. Apart from this, the Mongolian President has also organized a banquet in the honor of Rajnath Singh.

Dragon not in favor of India-Japan friendship

Ahead of the Indian Defense Minister's visit to Japan, the Chinese state media has also issued a statement. It said that these two countries should not target any third country under the guise of a high-level meeting. A Chinese observer told state-run Global Times that India and Japan have grown closer in the past few years. This was especially seen during the tenure of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The motive behind this may be to stop the peaceful development of China in the region. At the same time, Quan Feng, director of the research department of the National Strategy Institute at Tsinghua University, said that after the tension between the two countries on the border, some narrow-minded people in India consider China a challenge to security. He said that such Indians promote friendship with America and Japan. Their motive behind this is to control China. China should be cautious about this.

Refinery discussions with Mongolia

India's courtesy refinery is expected to be discussed here during talks with Mongolia. It is Mongolia's largest refinery and is being built at a cost of $1.2 billion. It is expected that this refinery will be ready by 2025. After its construction in the Dornogobi province of Mongolia, 75 percent of the requirements here will be met. Apart from this, Rajnath Singh will also inaugurate a cyber security center on September 6. India has helped Mongolia's Ministry of Defense in building this cyber security center.

MoU was signed in 2015

When PM Modi reached Mongolia after his visit to China in 2015, an MoU was signed between the two countries regarding this. According to this, India will set up a Cyber ​​Security Training Center for the Defense Ministry of Mongolia. Along with this, people will also be given training for this. It was during Modi's visit that there were talks about taking forward India-Mongolia bilateral relations and strategic partnership. Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will also meet Mongolian Defense Minister Gursed Saikhanbayar and Parliament Speaker Gombojav Jandanstar. After this Rajnath Singh will leave for Tokyo on 7 September. Mongolia considers India as its third and spiritual neighbor after China and Russia.