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India’s Foreign Policy Focus: Resolving Border Issues and Combating Cross-Border Terrorism

External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar outlined India’s foreign policy priorities, emphasizing resolving remaining issues along the China border and addressing cross-border terrorism from Pakistan. Jaishankar reiterated the government’s commitment to “Bharat First” and “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam,” highlighting India’s global engagement while prioritizing national interests.

Regarding China, he emphasized efforts to resolve outstanding border disputes amid the ongoing standoff in eastern Ladakh. Meanwhile, Jaishankar underscored Pakistan’s support for cross-border terrorism as a significant concern, emphasizing the need for finding a solution. As India’s foreign policy seeks stability and security, Jaishankar affirmed the ministry’s dedication to advancing the nation’s interests on the global stage.