Jaishankar's criticism of EU centralism and China's ability to handle relations are reflections of India's independence, according to Wang Yi

Indian Ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawat met Wang Yi in Beijing ahead of Thursday's BRICS summit . Jaishankar has publicly voiced his disapproval of European centralism and opposition to outside influences meddling in China-India relations .

BEIJING: China's foreign minister Wang Yi praised his Indian counterpart S Jaishankar's recent remarks dismissing European centralism and his claim that China-India is able to effectively manage their ties, saying his words reflected New Delhi's tradition of independence.Wang said in his first meeting with Indian Ambassador to China Pradeep Kumar Rawat on Wednesday that the two countries should work in the same direction to maintain the rising momentum in China-India relations and bring them back to a point of stability and stability at a later date.In remarks published on the Foreign Ministry website, he said that the two sides should work together to tackle a variety of global challenges and protect the common interests of China, India, and the vast developing countries.Minister of Foreign Affairs S Jaishankar has publicly voiced his disapproval of European centralism and opposition to outside influences meddling in China-India relations recently.

In an interactive session at a conference in Slovakia's capital Bratislava on June 3, Jaishankar said Europe must move out of the mindset that its problems are the world's problems, and that the world's problems are not Europe's problems.India has a complicated relationship with China, but Jaishankar believes it is perfectly capable of coping with it, rejecting the European argument that New Delhi's position on Ukraine could have a negative effect on international aid to Ukraine if its problems with Beijing escalate.Rawat, who met Wang ahead of Thursday's BRICS summit, stressed the importance of maintaining stability and stability in the border zones.According to a press release issued by the Indian Embassy here, he made a courtesy call on Wang on Wednesday at the Diaoyutai State Guest House here, his first meeting with the Chinese Foreign Minister after he took over as Indias new envoy to Beijing in March.

China-India relations, which entice worldwide attention and public interest in the two countries, have a bearing on the 2.8 billion people of the two countries' well-being and whether the world can truly achieve justice, equality, and harmony, he said.China and India's common interests far outweigh the differences.According to the president, the two sides should keep in mind the overall goals of bilateral relations, support each other as a whole rather than striving, encourage collaboration rather than fighting against each other, and foster mutual respect rather than be critical of each other.On China-India relations, he advocated four-pronged perseverance.

Wang said the two countries should keep in working together to find solutions to the boundary issue and put it in an appropriate place in bilateral relations.Both sides should continue to give bilateral relations positive vibes by fully exploiting the existing strengths of cultural and people-to-people exchanges, and continually expanding mutually beneficial cooperation, he said.Wang said that India and China should continue to develop multilateral cooperation, joining hands to revive Oriental civilizations, coping with the difficult world together, and envisioning a brighter future for mankind.