Panchsheel Agreement between India and china
Panchsheel Agreement signed in 1954 India and China
Importance of Panchsheel Agreement: In 1950 India has become the Republic Of India free from British Empire and at the same time in 1949 china transformed into a single-party communist nation called the People’s Republic of China where both the nations looking to have a place in the post World war II of 1950.
Both nations in 1954 agreed to sign the agreement named Panchsheel.
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Brief History Of PanchSheel
In 1950 India has become the Republic Of India, free from the British Empire and at the same time in 1949 china transformed into a single-party communist nation called the People’s Republic of China where both the nations looking to have a place in the post World war ii of 1950. Both nations in 1953 agreed to sign the agreement named Panchsheel
In 1953 both nations Leaders India’s first Prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru, and China first Premier Zhou Enlai met to define the relationship of two nations. The agreement then signed on April 24, 1954, based on ideological principals but not on economical and cultural aspects.
Five Principles of Panchsheel
1.Mutual Respect for each other
4.Equality and Cooperation
Impacts of the Panchsheel Agreement
Most of the Colonies after World WarII have got independence and brought under the influence of Capitalist USA and Western Europe or the Communist USSR which resulted in a Cold War. Panchsheel became a source of inspiration among recently decolonized nations across Asia and Africa
China Prepared to Work With India: Once again in 9th Summit which was held on Sep 2017 where both nations Leaders India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping declared “China is prepared to work with India based on Five Principles of Panchsheel”
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Importance of Panchsheel Agreement