New Delhi may get dragged into tussles

Credit by Global Times (Zhou Fangyin)

On April 18, the foreign ministers of China, Russia and India met in Moscow for the 14th trilateral foreign ministers meeting and issued a joint communiqué. The three countries promised to maintain maritime order based on international law and agreed that all disputes should be solved through negotiations by claimant countries. The communiqué stated a common stance toward the simmering tensions in the South China Sea and showed their expectation for a negotiated result to solve territorial disputes.
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