jaishankar: Need rules-based order for Indo-Pacific that respects sovereignty, territorial integrity: EAM | India News

NEW DELHI: India believes that for common prosperity and security in the Indo-Pacific region there is a need to evolve through dialogue a common rules-based order that respects sovereignty, territorial integrity and equality of all nations, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said.
His remarks come amid growing global concern over China’s military muscle-flexing in the region.
Addressing the 4th Indo-Pacific Business Forum on Thursday, Jaishankar said the Indo-Pacific reflects the reality of globalisation, the emergence of multipolarity and the benefits of rebalancing.
“It underlines both our interdependence and interpenetration. As we speak of common good and common efforts, it is natural that this is addressed amongst other means, through a business forum,” he said.
India sees the Indo-Pacific as a free, open and inclusive region which embraces all in a common pursuit of…

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