China is challenging world order: Hungary

Updated:2 months, 3 weeks ago IST

Geneva (Switzerland), Sep 18 (ANI): A group of panelists from Europe have shown concern over china’s ‘One Belt-One Road Initiative’ by calling it hidden agenda to capture the European markets. Present at the event, Secretary of State (Deputy Minister), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary Istvan S Ivanyi said, “We see change in Chinese foreign policy. ‘One Belt-One Road’ initiative isn’t only a development plan but also a power projection plan-an expansionist plan”. He further added, “China is challenging the world order. The world order is based on clear rules and in the South China Sea, in Djibouti and in Sri Lanka and many places like Pakistan (CPEC) it challenges those rules”.

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