Sushma, in her speech at the UN, had said that Pakistan is recognised only as the pre-eminent export factory for terror. China's state-run Global Times termed her speech as arrogant, but admitted that "there is indeed terrorism in Pakistan".
It said that India should befriend China and respect Pak, preventing disputes from spilling over. "There is indeed terrorism in Pakistan. But is supporting terror the country's national policy? What can Pakistan gain from exporting terrorism? Money or honour," said an editorial in the state-run daily Global Times.
It said, "With smooth development of its economy and foreign relations in recent years, an arrogant India has looked down on Pakistan and assumed a haughty air with China," said the editorial titled 'India's bigotry no match for its ambition'. "She was also deemed by Indian media as having taken a veiled dig at China for blocking international efforts to blacklist Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar," the report said.
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