Expressing concern over the South China Sea, Australian Defense Minister Richard Marles said, “We stand with India’s sovereignty.”

Australian Defense Minister: Australian Defense Minister Richard Marles has said that China’s stubbornness in the South China Sea is exactly the same as it has been with India over the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Marles said China should be committed to resolving the border dispute through negotiations under international law. It is a matter of concern for any country to try to resolve its border dispute with its neighbor by force.

Talking to the Australian High Commission, Marles said “we have never seen the way China is doing new construction work around us. This has been done over the last decade.” That over the years, over the years, China’s attitude has seen the development of a sense of faith. “

Objection to China’s behavior in Galvan

He said that two years ago, China’s attitude towards Indian troops on the South China Sea and the Line of Actual Control was very bad. “We stand firmly with India’s sovereignty,” Marles said in the wake of the Galvan Valley incident. “We are feeling the same way in the South China Sea,” he said.

Marles said there was a lot of speculation about the creation and occupation of artificial islands in the South China Sea. He further added that China was constantly violating the basic principles of the South China Sea and the LAC, which are very important for the region.

Let me tell you that Australian Defense Minister Richard Marles arrived in India on a four-day visit on Monday. After arriving in India, the Australian Defense Minister held a bilateral meeting with his Indian counterpart Rajnath Singh on Wednesday. At the meeting, the two countries reviewed the regional security situation and shared their views on their common goals of an open, independent and rule-based Indo-Pacific region.

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