Diplomatically pushing China, Germany leaned towards India According to the German government’s decision, Berlin will focus on improving relations with countries in the Indo-Pacific region, including India, to further encourage the rule of law.
Several European countries have already expressed concern that human rights are not being protected in China Concerns have also been raised about the way in which European countries have become economically dependent on China. For the past four months, there has been an atmosphere of conflict on the Indo-China border Despite multiple meetings at the military and diplomatic levels on both sides, no solution has emerged
According to ANI, the German foreign minister said on September 2, “Let the strong build relations with the countries on the basis of international rules and cooperation, not according to his will or law.” This is what we want That is why countries like ours believe in the values of democracy and free thought, and we are committed to deeper cooperation with them. ”
It is learned that Germany has formulated special guidelines to improve relations with countries in the Indo-Pacific region that believe in the rule of law and free market policy.
India, Australia, Japan and ASEAN member states have also backed Germany’s policy. Thus far, Germany’s relations with China have been good enough German Chancellor Angela Merkel recently visited China China accounts for 50 percent of Germany’s total trade in the Asia-Pacific region However, after the change in policy, Germany is expected to take a tough stance on China Germany is also sharply critical of the growing debt burden on partner countries for China’s dream Belt and Road project.