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NEW DELHI: China is opposed to a G20 tourism meeting next week in Indian-held Kashmir, and will not attend.

“China is firmly opposed to holding any kind of G20 meetings in disputed territory, and will not attend such meetings,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said.

India, which holds the chair of G20 this year, has organised a series of meetings in the run-up to the summit in New Delhi in September. The city of occupied Srinagar is due to host a tourism working group meeting of G20 members on May 22-24

Islamabad has also opposed New Delhi’s decision to hold G20 meetings in Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

India boosts security for G20 meeting in IIOJK after attacks

India has stepped up security in the region because of an increase in Mujahideen attacks in the run-up to the G20 meeting.

Ties between New Delhi and Beijing have been strained since a military clash in Ladakh in 2020 in which 24 soldiers were killed.

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TimeToMovveOn May 19, 2023 05:01pm
India does not care!
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Tulukan Mairandi May 19, 2023 05:20pm
They can stay home. Less chances of a new chinavirus spreading
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TimeToMovveOn May 19, 2023 05:44pm
Fair Question to Pakistanis: * Even at this juncture, where your society and institutions are fractured, is Kashmir still important to you? * Shouldn't your cabinet/country focus 100% on Pakistan now, while Kashmir issue wait a few years? * Do you guys support your govt wasting scarce diplomatic capital on the Kashmir cause? If your answer is Yes, can you please explain. I just want to understand why.
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sajid May 19, 2023 08:58pm
@TimeToMovveOn, a common citizen doesn't care about the dead kashmir issues. its all political and military gimmicks.
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TimeToMovveOn May 19, 2023 11:51pm
@sajid, THANK YOU. This is the first clarification I have gotten. Thanks again. And appreciate Brrecorder to lets us share views across borders. Wish you well.
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Az_Iz May 20, 2023 04:08am
@TimeToMovveOn, every country has problems all the time, and they get handled. The issue of Kashmir will be pursued until a plebiscite is held, so Kashmiris can decide their own future. Besides don’t forget, it was India that took the issue to the UN and agreed to honor the resolution in letter and spirit.
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