Ajit Doval Calls For Transparency On Shared Cross-Border Water Sources

The politicisation of water must be countered, he stated.


Nationwide Safety Adviser Ajit Doval has made a powerful pitch for transparency in sharing data on shared cross-border water assets and asserted that the weaponisation and politicisation of water wanted to be countered.

Addressing a gathering on Nationwide Safety Advisers (NSAs) of BRICS nations right here on Tuesday, Mr Doval talked about sure situations of weaponisation of water and known as for the necessity for full transparency and unhindered data sharing with respect to shared cross-border water assets.

Numerous policymakers have voiced concern over quite a few dams constructed by China on main rivers such because the Mekong, Ganges, Yangtze, Indus and Irrawaddy that are financial lifelines of South and Southeast Asian international locations.

Mr Doval stated water safety was a significant world subject and its prudent utilization and conservation was a shared accountability.

The politicisation of water must be countered, he stated.

China stopped sharing hydrological information concerning rivers flowing into India in 2017 and resumed the method a yr later.

The BRICS bloc includes Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

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