外文标题：Beijing to try to guage India’s response on South China Sea during Sushma Swaraj's visit
BEIJING: External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj arrives in Beijing on Saturday along with the new foreign secretary S Jaishankar who served as Indian ambassador to China until a year back to deal with a new set of issues.
Informed sources here said the Chinese officials will try to find out how serious India is about any kind of involvement in the affairs of South China Sea. China is still bristling over the US-Japan push into this area, which is surrounded by ASEAN countries.
"The US is trying to entice India into joining South China Sea politics. India should not fall into Washington's trap," said an analyst with a government-run think-tank here, requesting anonymity.
China also wants to gauge Indian reaction to Japanese foreign minister Fumio Kishida statement in which he said Arunachal Pradesh is a part of India. China claims Arunachal and regards it as disputed.
One mantra - Never believe a chinki liar or a Paki thug. Do Chinese want to hear from India that AP is not part of India. It is important for India to be part of South China sea debate.
red hunt (Planet Earth)
Tiny nosed chinchiees thinks big.. sadly, they are not aware that their strategy won't work anywhere except in PAK stance..
China should realise that its nationals in Pakistan are soft targets for RAW. Any wrong move by China must invite a few casualties for the Chinese personnel in POK and Baluchistan. Two can play this game.
DP2 (India )
Immediately after the most successful visit of USA President Mr Obama is over our Foreign Minister is rushing to assuge the feelings of slightly aggrieved China over the Politics of South China Sea
RamNarayanan Sastry ()
After the successful visit of Obama, it is time to apply balm on the Chinese sentiments. Who better than Sushma Swaraj for this. The combo of Modi-Swaraj is a deadly one. One makes the thrust and the deep cut, the other makes the soft thrust and applies the balm!! Long may that be!!