China claimed it is following “ positive progress” for resolving the matter of inducing the Chief of Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed, Masood Azhar, as an international terrorist by the UN and charged the US of darting its efforts by triggering directly the matter to the Security Council, reported by the news source.

In the last week, China defended recurrent attempts to prevent the proclaiming of Masood Azhar as a global terrorist and exploded the US claims that the action of Beijing equivalent to protecting terrorist groups from approvals.

Chinese Foreign Ministry representative Geng Shuang told reporters in Beijing, “after the application for designation of Azhar was proposed, China is in close communication and coordination with various parties and made positive progress. The US knows that very well ”.

China also denounced the US for directly accepting the issue to the UN Security Council after Beijing forced a technical clutch on the US, Uk, and French rectification to enlist him as a global terrorist in the 1267b committee of UN, which deals with anti-terrorism.

As far as possible, China has prevented four attempts to nominate the Chief of the JEM as a global terrorist by the UN. The terror group of Masood Azhar had admitted the responsibility for the suicide car bombing in Pulwama of Kashmir and Jammu on 14th February which killed 40  CRPF soldiers. India replied with an air strike on the camp of Jaish-e-Mohammed in Balakot, inside Pakistan. In the last month, China prevented a resolution taken by the US, Britain, and France with a “technical hold”, claiming allows time and space for the relevant parties for detaining the discussions.

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