India attacks China at the UN. They have ensured that our assistance does not generate debt.


News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Mukesh Kumar Jha
Updated Wed, Nov 10 2021 08:44 AM IST

Summary

India said that we have always strived to promote global solidarity with our development partnership efforts, respecting national priorities and ensuring that our aid does not put anyone into debt.

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At the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), India pointed at China with gestures. India said that we have always strived to promote global solidarity with our development partnership efforts, respecting national priorities and ensuring that our aid does not put anyone into debt.

The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Rajkumar Ranjan Singh, during an open debate on the topic ‘Adherence to international peace and security: exclusion, inequality and conflict’, at the Security Council led by the current president of Mexico, He said if India would embrace the “Neighborhood First” policy. Whether with its African neighbors or partners or other developing countries, “India remains and will continue to be a source of strong support to help them improve and empower them.”

Singh said: “India has always strived to foster global solidarity with the efforts of development associations while respecting national priorities and ensuring that our assistance continues to be driven by demand, job creation and capacity building.” And don’t create a situation like borrowing anyone.

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At the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), India pointed at China with gestures. India said that we have always strived to promote global solidarity with our development partnership efforts, respecting national priorities and ensuring that our aid does not put anyone into debt.

The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Dr. Rajkumar Ranjan Singh, during an open debate on the topic ‘Adherence to international peace and security: exclusion, inequality and conflict’, at the Security Council led by the current president of Mexico, He said if India would embrace the “Neighborhood First” policy. Whether with its African neighbors or partners or other developing countries, “India remains and will continue to be a source of strong support to help them improve and empower them.”

Singh said: “India has always strived to foster global solidarity with the efforts of development associations while respecting national priorities and ensuring that our assistance continues to be driven by demand, job creation and capacity building.” And don’t create a situation like borrowing anyone.


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