India invited to attend special meeting of G-7
India and Germany have given this statement at a time when China is showing grandeur from the South China Sea to the Indian Ocean. China’s army PLA is not only eyeing Indian territory in Ladakh, but is constantly intimidating Taiwan by sending bombers. In the midst of this bigotry of China, the German Navy is continuously intensifying its operations in the Indo-Pacific Ocean. The German warship reached Mumbai in January 2022. Indian Naval Ship is also going to Germany next year.
In this joint statement, Germany criticized Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Analysts believe that the inclusion of Germany’s criticism in the joint statement with India is a signal to Russia. After all the hustle and bustle, Germany has now invited India to attend the special meeting of the G-7. This meeting has been organized to encircle Russia on Ukraine. Germany is trying to bring Russia’s friend India in its court in some way. Not only this, Germany is ready to provide India with an alternative to Russian weapons.
India and Germany’s strong message to Pakistan on terrorism
During a joint press conference with PM Modi, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz called the Indo-Pacific one of the most dynamic global regions with many conflicts and challenges. PM Modi and Chancellor Scholz strongly condemned terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. It also includes proxy use of terrorists and cross-border terrorism. In a stern message to Pakistan, the two leaders called on all countries to dismantle terrorist safe havens and infrastructure, disrupt terrorist networks and block financing in accordance with various international laws, including international humanitarian law. PM Modi and German Chancellor Scholz called for concerted action against all terrorist groups, including those banned by the UN Security Council 1267 Sanctions Committee.