To isolate Pakistan in the international community reasonably effectively, India will have to face China and Pakistan’s mentor and collaborator, at the two days BRICS summit in Goa this weekend. For fulfilling this motive, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to at least tackle Chinese President Xi Jinping over China’s own two-faced role in the India-Pak tension.
Modi must refuse to yield to the latest carrot that China has swayed before India that is willing to continue the talks on India’s entry into the NSG. But, talk is nothing unless China makes a considerable promise with a little honesty, but the honesty has never been a virtue of the Chinese foreign policy.
India will not focus on Uri attack during the BRICS’ summit
In spite of Modi and President Xi, Russian president Vladimir Putin, Brazilian President Michel Temer and South African President Jacob Zuma will attend BRICS Summit on 15-16 October.
It would be adolescent to pretend that Uri will not cast a dark shadow over the five-nation summit of BRICS. Modi couldn’t have hoped for a better venue to continue his diplomatic offensive against Pakistan.
Bric was formed in 2009 when it was called Bric, consisted of Brazi, Russia,India and China. After entering South Africa the next year it became BRICS. The upcoming eighth summit in Goa will be the second which is hosted by the India. Earlier it was hosted in 2012in News Delhi.
It will be the specifically Modi’s meeting with President Xi
China has geopolitical interest in Pakistan and its desperate dependence on the India market for its exports. Both nations are significant for China. Therefore it is trying to maintain a balance between both countries. The Chinese are cutting themselves sorry figures in the eyes of international community. At the same time, India has a lot to suffer from China’s military backing for Pakistan and yet the country badly needs Chinese import and investments.
On 15 September china set up a so-called China-India Business Council to promote and coordinate Chinese investments in and business with India with an office at Changsha the Capital of Hunan province. During this event, India desired that China must promote investments in view of India’s growing trade deficit with that country.