France supported India on the Kashmir

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(Aditya Shaw, Intern Journalist): France has openly supported India on the Kashmir issue. The French President’s adviser says France has been supportive of India on the Kashmir issue and has not allowed China to play any ‘procedural game’ in the UN Security Council (UNSC). Earlier, the US has also supported India on the issue of China and Kashmir.
Emmanuel Bon, the diplomatic adviser to French President Emmanuel Macron, who visited India for a strategic annual dialogue between France and India, said, “When China breaks the rules, we have to be very strong and very clear. This is the reason for our Navy’s presence in the Indian Ocean.
France is close to the Quad. In his address on the topic ‘France and India: partners in a stable and prosperous Indo-Pacific’ organized by the Vivekananda International Foundation (VIF), he said that France is part of the Quad (a group of US, Japan, Australia, and India) Is close and may also do some naval exercises with them in the future.
The French Navy does not patrol in Taiwan – it is the only European navy that patrols Taiwan, not the provocation, but to emphasize the need to follow international regulations. Is for Bone said, “We do not want to escalate the confrontation and I think it is easier to say than Paris than Delhi, that too when you have a problem in the Himalayan region and your border is with Pakistan”
China will not let any game – they said, ‘We have always been very clear about the direct danger before India. Whether it is Kashmir, we have been a strong supporter of India in the Security Council, we did not let China play any kind of procedural game. When it comes to the Himalayan regions, you should check our statements, we have been completely clear. There is no ambiguity in what we say publicly. ‘
Speaking of his talks with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Bone said there were discussions on strategic opportunities as well as bilateral defense and security relations. He said that military cooperation and the Indian Ocean issue were also discussed.