Modi-Putin’s defence formula created a stir in China, it started calling them America’s puppet

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China said that India is a puppet in the hands of America. It would be better if India adopts an independent foreign policy. Overall, China is getting annoyed with the friendship between India and Russia.

China is upset with PM Narendra Modi’s visit to Russia. The Chinese government has targeted India. The western media is calling it a surprising move. India is insisting on adopting an independent foreign policy instead of becoming a puppet of America. The Chinese government has targeted India in a way. America also looks surprised and perturbed. PM Modi’s visit to Russia has created a stir in China. China said that India is a puppet in the hands of America. It would be better if India adopts an independent foreign policy. Overall, China is getting irritated with the friendship between India and Russia.

China and India’s foreign policy

China India
supporter of violence resolve with peace
Expansionist policy Strong Relationships
Steps full of deceit and fraud World Welfare
opportunism sense of friendship
groupism non-alignment
self-interest accomplishment everyone’s support

Why is China worried?

China has border disputes with all its friendly nations. India is one of them. Russia is extending a hand of friendship to India, so China is facing the most trouble because at this time India seems to be standing with Russia. At this time it also has good relations with America and the West. China is irritated by this. It feels that if ever a situation like China Taiwan arises, then India will support America against them. However, India is known for its independent policy. Even if it is the era of non-alignment. China feels that it has become a superpower. America is also fueling this.

What is the problem with western countries?

Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for the Kremlin, the official residence and office of the Russian President, said this on Saturday. Peskov also claimed that Western countries are watching this visit with “envy”. At the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Modi will attend the 22nd India-Russia Annual Summit and will be in Moscow on July 8 and 9. The Ministry of External Affairs on Thursday gave information about this high-level visit in New Delhi and said that the two leaders will comprehensively review the multifaceted relations between the two countries and discuss contemporary regional and global issues of mutual interest.

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