G-7 challenges China issued a shared resolution

G-7 challenges China issued a shared resolution

G-7 challenges China issued a shared resolution

The decisions taken in the G-7 summit meeting of the seven developed countries of the world, hosted by Britain, can break China’s dreams. India was also invited as a guest country at this summit.

The joint resolutions issued by the seven countries in Britain on June 12 and 13 to deal with the challenges of China’s economic and strategic expansionism were actually at the initiative of US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

During the four-year tenure of Donald Trump, America distanced itself from important world forums and developments.

This gave China a golden opportunity to fill those gaps left by America. But now Joe Biden has announced from London – America is Back.

After the summit, French President Emmanuel Macron said – America has returned as the democratic leader of the free world, which makes it feel that we are breathing open air after a long time.

America knows that it cannot deal alone with China, which has become powerful and aggressive, so it has taken the side of the G-7.

After assuming power in 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping had shown the China Dream to the Chinese people that by 2047, that is, by the hundredth year of the establishment of New China, will make China the most developed country in the world.

For this, the Chinese President had announced to start several ambitious projects, including the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

This project, which connects China to the remote countries of the world with infrastructure transport projects, was not getting any direct challenge from the powerful countries of the world so far, and China was able to travel through road, rail and shipping from neighbouring countries to Africa and Europe without any hindrance.

A network of contacts was being laid through traffic. It is believed that China has made a budget of ten trillion dollars for this so that it keeps moving forward on the strategy of encircling India by trapping countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka.

India had understood China’s move from the beginning, so it turned down China’s invitation to join the BRI in 2013 itself. After giving initial support, the US and European countries also started shunning the BRI.

It is a good thing for India that the powerful countries of the world are now mobilizing under the leadership of America to eclipse the ambitions of China, which infiltrate from the South China Sea to the borders of India.

According to a top US official, the Build, Back, Better World (B-3W) proposed by the G-7 will not only be an alternative to China’s BRI, but it can also slow down the pace of BRI by offering a better proposal.

Through this initiative, smaller countries will have an opportunity not to fall into the trap of Chinese debt or pledge their sovereignty to China for infrastructure development.

Therefore, as an alternative to China’s BRI, G-7 countries have introduced the B-3W plan, which is good news for India. India has welcomed it and can join.

Given the continuous aggressive and hostile attitude of China against India for the last few years, it is in line with India’s strategic need that the big powers of the world are uniting under the leadership of America to show China its position.

Taking part in the summit meeting of such countries as the leader of the visiting country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also indirectly targeted China that all countries should follow the rules-based and transparent system.

G-7 challenges China issued a shared resolution

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