China must respect territorial integrity: India on OBOR connectivity summit

India on Saturday made its displeasure evident to China when it said connectivity projects must be pursued in a manner that respects sovereignty and territorial integrity. India was responding to an invitation extended by China to attend its ambitious ‘One Belt One Road’ Summit in Beijing starting Sunday. A statement released by the Ministry of External Affairs today said, “India has been urging China to engage in a meaningful dialogue on OBOR. Awaiting a positive response from China.” India is miffed with the neighbouring country over the inclusion of CPEC as part of the initiative. Read more

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