India warns China against adopting 'double standards' on terrorism at UNSC meeting
This meeting of UNSC was called by China itself, and India took it directly on target in this. China is the chairman of the Security Council for August and has veto power in the 15-member council.
India has targeted China on several occasions in global forums. On Monday, India has targeted the dragon directly from the United Nations platform. India cautioned China about "double standards" on the issue of fighting terrorism and said any "coercive or unilateral" action that seeks to change the status quo violates the principle of shared security. India also said that there can be shared security only when countries respect each other's sovereignty.
India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ruchira Kamboj while addressing the UNSC meeting on 'Promoting Common Security through Dialogue and Cooperation' on Monday said that all countries should respect each other's sovereignty, territorial integrity and international security. Agreements must be respected. This meeting of UNSC was called by China itself, and India took it directly on target in this. China is the chairman of the Security Council for August and has veto power in the 15-member council.
Taking a jibe at China and its close ally Pakistan, Kamboj said, "Common security is possible only when all countries stand together against common threats like terrorism and do not adopt double standards." India's Permanent Representative to the UN Not only did she stop and she also targeted China for her aggressive stance in the region. "Any coercive or unilateral action that seeks to change the status quo is a violation of shared security," Kamboj said.