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18.05.2018 - 11:45 [ GlobalTimes.cn ]

China supports India’s economic overture toward NK’s reform, opening-up

The Indian Minister of State for External Affairs Gen VK Singh made a surprise trip to North Korea earlier this week as India sought to revive its ties with the isolated country. The visit sent a good signal for the Asian economy.

Singh was the first Indian minister received by the North Korean government in the country in nearly two decades, which added to evidence that Pyongyang will be willing to seek better ties with the international community.

17.05.2018 - 12:16 [ CNBC ]

India looks to enhance ties with North Korea with ministerial visit

Indian Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh arrived in Pyongyang this week in the first high-level visit from the Asian giant to the rogue state in nearly two decades.
„Now that the environment around North Korea is changing, India may feel like it’s an opportune moment to reach out, perhaps in potential anticipation of the country opening up,“ said Harsh Pant of the Observer Research Foundation.

16.05.2018 - 10:20 [ Global Times ]

Putting aside mutual suspicion can help China, India cooperate to aid Africa

India has for the first time embarked on an initiative to build convention centers in 21 African countries, India’s Economic Times reported. Strategic suspicion has prompted some people to read too much into China and India’s respective cooperation with Africa. But if suspicion can be set aside, China and India can form an alliance with other parties to write new stories in Africa.

08.05.2018 - 11:15 [ Yomiuri Shimbun ]

INSIGHTS into the WORLD / What the ‘Indo-Pacific’ means for Japan

The Australian government adopted the “Indo-Pacific” term in 2012 as a pivotal idea in its diplomacy. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe used the same term for the first time in August 2016 during the Sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD VI), held in Nairobi, when he unveiled a “free and open Indo-Pacific strategy.”

12.04.2018 - 05:40 [ Kreml ]

Telephone conversation with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi at the Indian side’s initiative.

The two leaders had a constructive and friendly discussion of several current issues related to developing the privileged strategic partnership between Russia and India.

They agreed to continue contacts.