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On the issue of changing the name of Arunachal Pradesh, the Foreign Minister said - It is a rash step, my message must have clearly reached China.

China has released a list of 30 new names for different parts of Arunachal Pradesh. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said it was still foolish for China to do this again and again. However, I want to make it clear that Arunachal Pradesh belonged to India, belongs to India and always will.
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China has released a list of 30 names of Arunachal Pradesh, sparking controversy. Asked about China's attempt to change the names of various places in Arunachal Pradesh, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday termed China's move as foolish. He said it would still be foolish for China to do this again and again. However, I want to make it clear that Arunachal Pradesh belonged to India, belongs to India and always will.

China continues to lay claim to India's north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh. Recently, China announced a list of 30 new names from different parts of Arunachal Pradesh. This move by China has created a controversy. Meanwhile, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar reprimanded China for this.

Arunachal belongs to India, was and always will be India

Asked about China's attempt to change the names of various places in Arunachal Pradesh, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday termed China's move as foolish. He said it would still be foolish for China to do this again and again. However, I want to make it clear that Arunachal Pradesh belonged to India, belongs to India and always will. Targeting China, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said, I think my message would have been clearly reached not only in the country but also outside the country.

This is a worldwide problem…

When asked about a long-term plan for the sea-dependent business community, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar said, 'This is not just a problem of Gujarat, but a problem of India or the whole world. In the night sea, two things are happening – one, some powers are attacking shipping with drones and missiles. Second- Pirates in Somalia are hijacking ships because they feel this is an opportunity for them as the world is watching drones and missiles.

Expressed concern on these two issues

Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said that there are two concerns for us – first, our trade is through the western Arabian Sea. Second, in merchant shipping, we have a large number of citizens, we would be number 1 or 2 with the Philippines. So, if a ship is attacked, most of those crew members are our citizens and we are concerned about their safety.

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