Russian Ambassador Denis Alipov said the India-China border dispute is a “bilateral matter” between the two countries. Russia does not want to interfere in this matter.
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Russia made it clear that Indo-China Treats the dispute on the border between the two countries as a bilateral matter between the two countries. Russian ambassador on Friday Denis Alipov Said that this situation between the two countries is a ‘bilateral matter’. Russia does not want to interfere in this matter. During this, while targeting America, he said that some people are promoting suspicion between India and China. At the same time, when asked questions on the delivery of the S-400 air defense system, Alipov said that he can reach India according to his ‘schedule’. If the reason for the delay is some kind of construction or transport issue, then it is not related to Ukraine.
When asked questions on the face-off between India and China, Alipov said, ‘We believe that this is a personal matter of India-China. We do not want to get involved in any such matter which involves mutual matters of two countries. Like other countries are trying to turn China against Bharat and India against China.
He said that Russia is aware of the status of the dispute on the border between India and China. He quoted the speeches of External Affairs Minister of India S Jaishankar and said that ‘India Jaishankar had recently said that the future of Asia lies between India and India. Depends on China’s agreement and not against each other. Alipov said that we would warmly welcome such an initiative.
If the price of oil is not right, then the supply will be stopped
Russian Ambassador to India Denis Alipov said at a press conference here, “If we feel that the price ceiling fixed by the G-7 countries is not reasonable and it is not acceptable to us, then we will clearly sell oil to the global markets.” will stop the supply. We will also stop supplying oil to other countries that have supported the US initiative in setting the price cap.
Since the invasion of Ukraine, many Western countries, led by America, have imposed strict economic sanctions on Russia. In protest, Russia has also substantially reduced the supply of oil and gas to European countries. In order to increase strictness on Russia, America and other developed countries have talked about fixing the maximum price of its petroleum products.