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USA: Arunachal Pradesh is an 'integral part' of India, a big US statement leader

Leaders Online Desk: America has made a big statement regarding Arunachal Pradesh. America has said that Arunachal is an integral part of India. America is recognized as a state of India. “The US government recognizes Arunachal Pradesh as part of Indian territory and “strongly” opposes any “invasion or encroachment” along the Line of Actual Control,” the US State Department said on Wednesday (20th). (USA)

USA: Arunachal Pradesh 'Integral Part' of India

According to information, Chinese Defense Ministry Spokesperson Senior Colonel Zhang Xiaogang said a few days ago that the southern part of Xizhang (the Chinese name for Tibet) is part of China's territory and India will never recognize the so-called Arunachal Pradesh illegally established by India. China, which calls Arunachal Pradesh South Tibet, has objected to the visit of Indian leaders to this state. A few days after this, the US State Department said that the US recognizes Arunachal Pradesh as Indian territory and strongly opposes any unilateral attempt to advance territorial claims through infiltration or encroachment, military or civilian, along the Line of Actual Control.

Prime Minister visited Arunachal on March 9

On March 9, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated projects worth 18,000 crores in Arunachal Pradesh state in northeastern India. He inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of these development projects in the program 'Viksit Bharat Vikas North East' organized at Itanagar in Arunachal. At the same time, the Sela tunnel built at an altitude of 13,000 feet in Arunachal Pradesh was dedicated to the nation.

India has consistently rejected China's false claim on Arunachal…

India has repeatedly rejected China's territorial claim over Arunachal Pradesh, saying the state is an integral part of the country. The Ministry of External Affairs has said that Arunachal Pradesh was, is and will remain an integral part of India. India has also rejected Beijing's move to name the region 'imaginary', saying it will not change the reality. India's Ministry of External Affairs said on Tuesday that it has taken note of recent statements by China's Defense Ministry spokesperson on the territory of Arunachal Pradesh.

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