Shashi Tharoor committee on External Affairs formed to examine India-China relations
Published: October 12, 2017
The parliamentary committee on External Affairs, which will examine the relations between India and China, is headed by Congress parliamentarian Shashi Tharoor. The committee will examine in detail the issue of cooperation between both the countries in international organizations including Doklam standoff.
The standing committee has also decided to closely look at India’s “Relations with Myanmar and the Rohingya situation”, India’s “Act East Policy, including BIMSTEC”, the “Situation in the Far East: Japan and North Korea”, India’s engagement with SAARC countries, global terrorism and voting rights for NRIs.
Topics: Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation • Doklam • Foreign relations • Foreign relations of Myanmar • International Relations • Politics by country • Shashi Tharoor • Territorial disputes of China