On the 26th, Honduras announced the severance of diplomatic relations with the Republic of China. Suji, a member of the Indian House of Lords,
Kumar believes that "the more China uses money to buy other countries, the more detrimental it will be to world peace." (Central News Agency)
[Central News Agency] On the 26th, Honduras announced the severance of diplomatic relations with the Republic of China. Members of the Indian House of Representatives Suji.
Sujeet Kumar said it was "unfortunate" that some countries had succumbed to China's money offensive, saying the wind was not conducive to world peace.
On the 26th, Honduras formally announced the severance of diplomatic relations with Taiwan, ending more than 80 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries, and Indian news media also reported.
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In an interview with a reporter from the Central News Agency today, Kumar said that Taiwan, as a democratic country, should have received the support of the world, but unfortunately, there are always some countries that succumb to China’s economic power. “The more China uses money to buy other countries, the more The more detrimental it is to world peace."
He believes that Taiwan should continue to strengthen contacts with other countries, especially developing countries, through technology and investment, because this is exactly what these countries need.
Kumar is a member of the Biju Janata Dal in Odisha, India, and one of the founding members of the Formosa Club, a multinational parliamentary platform supporting Taiwan.
On the other hand, Srikanth Kondapalli, dean of the Institute of International Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University in India, told the Central News Agency reporter that Honduras' switch to establishing diplomatic relations with China has indeed further tightened Taiwan's international space to some extent.
Xie Gang said that in South America, China is trying to expand its influence through the "Belt and Road" strategy and use its sovereign wealth to promote the "One China" policy.
Nevertheless, Xie Gang believes that it is not a loss for Taiwan to lose some "unreliable countries". Expand international influence.
An observer who asked not to be named said that the Indian government will not take a position on this, because New Delhi believes that this is a matter between Taiwan and China, and India cannot interfere in other countries' diplomatic choices.