China Withdraws Proposal Against AUKUS Nuclear Submarines Plan At IAEA
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India's diplomatic prowess at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) forced China to withdraw its proposal against AUKUS (United Group of Australia, Britain and America) on 30 September.
China tried to get the resolution passed at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) general conference held in Vienna from 26 to 30 September 2021.
The AUKUS (Australia, UK and US) Security Partnership had announced that it would facilitate Australia to acquire technology to build nuclear-powered submarines.
On 30 September, China argued that the initiative violated its responsibilities under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). It also criticized the role of the IAEA in this respect.
India's well-considered role helped many countries to take a clear stand on the Chinese proposal.
The Indian Mission to the IAEA in Vienna worked closely with many IAEA member states in this regard.
When China realized that its proposal would not get majority, it withdrew its draft resolution on 30 September.
In September 2021 Australia, United States and United Kingdom (AUKUS) made an announcement to develop hypersonic missiles.
They will work together through a security alliance called AUKUS to develop hypersonic missiles.
The move comes amid growing concerns from the US and allies about China's growing military influence in the Pacific.
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