Indian boxer offers his championship belt to Chinese rival as a good will of peace
As we all know, currentlySino-Indian relation is very tense, but believe normal people is still veryeager about peace. An Indian boxer who beat a Chinese rival has offered to handback the championship belt he won as a gesture of peace on Saturday in Mumbai,India's financial capital.
Vijender Singh,an Olympic medalist, defended his WBO Asia-Pacific super middleweight title andalso took his opponent's WBO Oriental super middleweight belt, as the fightagainst China's Zulpikar Maimaitiali went all 10 rounds, reported New DelhiTelevision Limited.At the end of the bout, Vijender made a surprising requestand announced that he wished to return his newly acquired belt so as to relievethe tension across the China-India border, according to the Indian televisionmedia.
The31-year-old said he dedicated his win to the "China-Indiafriendship".
"Tensionon the border is not good, because I see on social media, news, (and) it keepsgetting on and on and that's not good. I don't want the title, for peace andharmony at the border between China-India. I will give it back toMaimaitiali," he said during a media interaction."I don't wanttension on the border. It's a message of peace. That's important," headded.
Sincethe incident on June 18, China has been acting with goodwill and usingdiplomatic channels to resolve the issues, Ren Guoqiang, spokesman of theDefense Ministry, said in an online statement on Thursday night.Earlier onWednesday, China's Foreign Ministry published a paper giving details of theincursion and rebuking India's excuses for their action.
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