On Passive Foreign Policy Charge, Ministers "Giving Gyan" Rebuttal In Lok Sabha

Author : desertsafari
Publish Date : 2022-04-06


On Passive Foreign Policy Charge, Ministers "Giving Gyan" Rebuttal In Lok Sabha

New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.

New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group. "There is a reason, and many of you are aware of why that consensus is not there. There are countries which genuinely have concerns which they are willing to debate; there are countries which seem to have another agenda and are creating blocks to the consensus. So, it is something that we are working on," he said. The minister said that since 2014, India has become a member of the MTCR, Wassenaar Arrangement, and Australia Group.New Delhi: Noting that India should look at its national interests effectively and be less concerned about "giving gyan" to the world over foreign policy, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Monday said that the government is "very, very focussed" in its diplomacy. Replying to the debate on Mass Destruction and their Delivery Systems (Prohibition of Unlawful Activities) Amendment Bill, 2022, the minister said the legislation seeks to address "something missing in the current law". Responding to the points made by the members, the minister also made a veiled reference to China's opposition to India's member



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