CHINA supports India’s tsunami warning in the SOUTH CHINA SEA


The Daily The Daily Times reported in India
on June 11 that China has backed India’s plans to set up a tsunami warning system in the
South China Sea. New Delhi’s response to the decision to investigate
the possibility of setting up a tsunami warning system, the Foreign Ministry told India’s
IANS news agency that such a system was “in the interests of all. The parties aim to intensify
early warning research on the tsunami. ” The ministry said: “China and its related
countries have established related systems and infrastructure in the South China Sea
in accordance with the requirements of the relevant United Nations agencies. Stakeholders
can discuss relevant cooperation issues under the existing cooperation mechanism. ” Last month, an Indian government official
said New Delhi plans to set up a tsunami early warning system in the South China Sea. Meanwhile,
China has set up a tsunami warning center in the South China Sea since 2016. In the past, Beijing has always warned New
Delhi not to intervene in disputed waters. However, analysts say Beijing’s welcome response
could help reduce tensions between India and China, which are thought to be likely to cool
down after a “positive” meeting between the president China’s Xi Jinping and Indian Prime
Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)
Summit on June 9.

1 thought on “CHINA supports India’s tsunami warning in the SOUTH CHINA SEA

  1. In the past, Beijing has always warned New Delhi not to intervene in disputed waters.

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