With all the countries of the world, India has embarked on an initiative to further strengthen its diplomatic relationship. Soon after the Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar will give a dinner party, in which all the heads of high commission and embassy will take part. The program will include Deputy High Commissioner Syed Haider Shah from Pakistan. Nonetheless, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will be on a three-day visit to India from June 25. During this time, he will meet Jaishankar. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravi Kumar said, "It will be the first high level meeting with the US after the Lok Sabha elections." He said, "The visit of Foreign Minister Pompeio will provide an opportunity to strengthen the Indo-US strategic relationship between the two sides and to continue high level relations for issues of mutual consent."
After taking the oath again, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan that India wants a normal and cooperative relationship with his country, but to create an environment of confidence, terrorism, violence and hostility free from needed. In the beginning of this month, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan sent a message congratulating Modi for becoming Prime Minister again, in response to which the Prime Minister sent this message to him. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar also gave the same message to his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi in response to his congratulatory message.
Under the established diplomatic practice, the Prime Minister and the External Affairs Minister responded in response to the message received from all its counterparts in Pakistan. According to the external affairs ministry, both of them mentioned that India wants normal and cooperative relations with neighboring countries including Pakistan. The Prime Minister said, "For this, it is necessary to create an environment of free from terror, violence and hostility and confidence." Jayashankar also emphasized the need to create an environment free of 'terror and violence'.
When the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman was told that most members of the NSG are supporting India, while China is continuously sticking to it, then he said, "It can’t be said that China is in India The entry is obstructing. Although I would definitely say that the NSG is a multilateral non-nuclear non-proliferation mechanism, which has its own rules and procedures. All member countries must follow the rules and procedures of the NSG. Also, any decision should be taken with consensus. There are 48 countries including China are members of the NSG. This group ensures the exchange of nuclear materials and technology for civil works at global level. The NSG was formed by India in protest against the conduct of nuclear tests in 1974.
India had applied for NSG membership in May 2016, which China is opposing from the beginning. Along with India, Pakistan has also applied for NSG membership. China says that only those countries will be included in the NSG, the countries which have signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). India has not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Earlier, China continued to cling to India's efforts to declare Masjid Azhar, the terrorist organization of the terrorist organization, Masood Azhar, but had finally lost his clutches after losing in the end. After this, the United Nations Security Council declared Masood Azhar a global terrorist. This was considered as India's great success, while Pakistan's failure was considered.