After China, Turkey and Egypt have announced their decision not to attend the upcoming G20 meeting, which is set to be hosted by India in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K).
It is a fresh blow to Narendra Modi government after China firmly opposed holding any form of G20 meetings in disputed territories.
India has the plan to host the G20 summit meeting on tourism from 22nd May to 24th May at the Sher-e-Kashmir International Convention Center in Srinagar, Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. For the event, New Delhi has sent invitations to international institutions and guest nations.
Turkiye has been raising the Kashmir issue at international forums, urging them to play an active role in finding a solution to the long-standing dispute.
Earlier Foreign Ministry sources claimed that India had invited Egypt but the Govt of Egypt did not complete the registration process of the G20 summit as it has decided to skip it.
Government of Pakistan has also disagreed with New Delhi’s choice to conduct the summit in occupied Kashmir.
Earlier China opposed to a G20 tourism meeting that is schedule to held in Indian occupied Kashmir.
“China is firmly opposed to holding any kind of G20 meetings in disputed territory, and will not attend such meetings,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said.
Remember that India is the current host of the G20 and has arranged a series of nationwide meetings leading up to the September summit in New Delhi.