The United States and India, the two strategic allies pose with impunity, a strong opposition to CPEC. Both countries have been launching a media campaign diplomatically and strategically against CPEC for the last few years.
In May 2015, Prime Minister Modi readily visited China to persuade the Chinese government to abandon this project by maintain that the CPEC route was passing through the disputed territory of Gilgit-Baltistan.
During the G-20 summit at Hangzhou in China in September 2016, PM Modi had expressed India’s concerns over the CPEC in his bilateral meeting with Chinese President, holding that the two countries needed to be “sensitive” to each other’s strategic interests.
In October 2017, the Trump administration told the Senate Armed Services Committee that CPEC was passing through a disputed territory. Similarly Read More