New Delhi: India does not get swayed by coercion, inducements and false narratives, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Thursday while citing the country’s approach towards the situation along the Northern border and its opposition to China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Addressing a press conference on nine years of Modi government, Jaishankar also said that India has de-legitimised cross-border terrorism.
In his remarks, the minister highlighted various aspects of Indian foreign policy, including its handling of different situations as well as the country’s ties with key countries.
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Jaishankar said large parts of world now see India as a development partner and that the Global South perceives India as a reliable partner.
The external affairs minister also said that India is making significant economic impact that has been recognised globally.
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