The Upcoming Russian-Indian Business Forum Discredits The Latest Fake News About Their Ties
Quite clearly, the comprehensive expansion of economic ties between Russia and China is being balanced by the comprehensive expansion of the same between Russia and India, which discredits the complementary information warfare narratives alleging that they each became other’s vassals last week. India didn’t submit to becoming the US’ one nor did Russia submit to becoming China’s otherwise they wouldn’t have planned next week’s event.
The solidification of the Sino-Russo Entente following President Xi’s latest trip to Moscow prompted a flurry of information warfare narratives against the decades-long Russian-Indian Strategic Partnership. In expectation of that geostrategic outcome, the US began artificially manufacturing the false narrative since mid-March alleging that India is its ally against China, the intention of which was to misportray that South Asian Great Power as having submitted itself to becoming Washington’s vassal.
This was followed by the spin that was given to Japanese Prime Minister Kishida’s trip to Delhi around the same time as President Xi’s one to Moscow, which contributed to the aforementioned narrative by attempting to reinforce that factually false perception. And finally, the earlier described outcome of the Chinese leader’s visit to Russia was then maliciously misinterpreted by India’s US-aligned liberal-globalist intelligentsia to fearmonger that Moscow had submitted itself to becoming Beijing’s vassal.
That last dimension of this latest divide-and-rule information warfare campaign against India led to Russian Ambassador Denis Alipov tweeting that “Profusion of analysis these days of the outcomes of Xi Jinping's Russia visit. The impression as though various reputable Indian experts almost dream of Russia-China ties harming Russia-India strategic alignment. A wishful thinking case in point!” One need look no further than the upcoming Russian-Indian Business Forum to see how true his words ring.
On the same day as his tweet clarifying that Russian-Indian relations won’t be impacted by the strengthening of Russian-Chinese ones, it was reported that next week’s event in New Delhi will seek to astronomically grow those two’s trade from an already historic $31 billion last year to $50 billion this year. These ambitions prove that both sides are doing their best to make good on India’s desire late last year to scale its exports to Russia by a whopping five times in order to bring about this result.
Quite clearly, the comprehensive expansion of economic ties between Russia and China is being balanced by the comprehensive expansion of the same between Russia and India, which discredits the complementary information warfare narratives alleging that they each became other’s vassals last week. India didn’t submit to becoming the US’ one nor did Russia submit to becoming China’s otherwise they wouldn’t have planned next week’s event, let alone still go through with it like will inevitably happen.
Those who falsely claim after knowledge of their upcoming business forum that either or both of them are nowadays the vassals of one or another superpower are therefore deliberately spewing disinformation for the purpose of misleading their targeted audience. It won’t be surprising if most of those same forces behind the latest campaign continue doing so, however, since it’s obvious that they have an agenda that must continue advancing despite having just been exposed by Ambassador Alipov.