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China delayed a proposal by the United States and India to sanction a top commander in the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group at the UN Security Council on Wednesday , diplomats said.



China delays bid by US, India to sanction Pak militant at UN India and the United States wanted Abdul Rauf Azhar to be subjected to a global travel ban and asset freeze. Such a move has to be agreed by all 15 members of a... #Global by #TimesofIndia



The U.S. didn't want Pakistan to be part of the Russia/China nexus, hence the RCO. Pakistan has a strategic Geo location & provided China access to the world. Being a Nuclear state & 5th Biggest population, that meant a lot of issues for the U.S. & its allies!



China is a Rogue state. It is directly supporting terror state of Pakistan. Pakistan and China are detrimental to world peace. China delays bid by US and India to sanction Pakistan militant at UN Download the TOI app now:



UNITED NATIONS , Aug 10 ( Reuters ) - /China/L(35.0N,105.0E) delayed on Wednesday a proposal by the /United States/L(39.8N,98.5W) and /India/L(22.0N,79.0E) to sanction at the U.N. Security Council a top commander in the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad ...

UNITED NATIONS , Aug 10 ( Reuters ) - /China/L(35.0N,105.0E) delayed on Wednesday a proposal by the /United States/L(39.8N,98.5W) and /India/L(22.0N,79.0E) to sanction at the U.N. Security Council a top commander in the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad ...



China delayed a proposal by the United States and India to sanction a top commander in the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group at the U.N. Security Council

China delayed a proposal by the United States and India to sanction a top commander in the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group at the U.N. Security Council



China delayed a proposal by the United States and India to sanction a top commander in the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group at the U.N. Security Council

China delayed a proposal by the United States and India to sanction a top commander in the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group at the U.N. Security Council



China delayed a proposal by the United States and India to sanction a top commander in the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group at the U.N. Security Council

China delayed a proposal by the United States and India to sanction a top commander in the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad militant group at the U.N. Security Council



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