We Need To Get Over The Syndrome That West Is The Bad Guy…, Says EAM S. Jaishankar – We Need To Get Over The Syndrome That West Is The Bad Guy…, Says EAM S. Jaishankar Jaishankar
India’s Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar says Western countries are not ‘bad guys’ as they are not flooding African and Asian markets in a big way, and we need to overcome the ‘syndrome’ of looking at them negatively.
Jaishankar, who reached Thiruvananthapuram in connection with the inauguration of Prime Minister Vishwakarma Yojana, also made it clear in an interview given to Malayalam news channel ‘Asianet’ on Sunday that he is not advocating western countries.
Former Indian diplomat T.P. In an interview to Srinivasan, the External Affairs Minister said, “The West is not dumping massive amounts of goods into Asia and Africa… I think we need to get over the syndrome of the past that the West is bad, and the developing countries are bad.” Are against… The world is very complex, and the problems are even more complex…”
When asked whether Chinese President Xi Jinping did not attend the G20 summit held in New Delhi because he did not want to see India as the leader of the Global South, Jaishankar said that speculations are very much. Were staying.
He said today’s issue was to build a stronger understanding of the inequities of globalization, where over the last 15 to 20 years some countries have seen their products, production and employment come under threat as their markets are flooded with cheap goods. He was referring to China’s trade and economic policies.
The Foreign Minister said, the problems and pain of these countries regarding the global economy had been going on for the last 15 to 20 years, and then due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Ukraine war, the prices of electricity and food items were also going upward.
He said, because of this, resentment started rising in the countries that they were being used to support the economy of other countries. Jaishankar also said that western countries cannot be blamed for this.
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