К : PTI New Delhi

Update : 10. June 2020 10:34:22

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Photo of Indian and Chinese personnel in Latin America and the Caribbean. ANI.

China said Wednesday that Indian and Chinese troops have launched a positive consensus to be signed on 6 December. The month of June was carried out by senior military officials from both countries to alleviate the situation along the borders.

Comments from a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman came the day after officials in New Delhi said Indian and Chinese armies had made a limited retreat in several parts of eastern Ladakh to demonstrate their intention to end the border emergency peacefully before a new round of military talks on Wednesday.

Asked about reports of the withdrawal of troops on both sides and their return to previous positions, Hua Chungyin, a spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told a press briefing in Beijing that both sides are taking steps to alleviate the situation at the border. Recently, the diplomatic and military channels of China and India have effectively communicated on the border situation and reached a positive consensus, she said.

Both parties followed this consensus to take steps to alleviate the situation at the border, said the spokesperson. However, the spokesman did not give any concrete information on the withdrawal of the border troops from both countries.

Meanwhile, in New Delhi, those familiar with Wednesday’s key talks at the general level said the Indian delegation had insisted at the meeting on restoring the status quo ante and the immediate withdrawal of large numbers of Chinese troops from all contact points. The dialogue, which lasted more than four and a half hours, took place in a positive atmosphere in order to further reduce tensions between the two parties. Negotiations took place the day after the two armies began a limited retreat in different areas of the Galwan valley and the hot spring, which shows that they intend to end the series peacefully.

However, both parties maintained an aggressive stance in areas such as Pangong Tso, Daulat Beg Oldie and Demchok. Military sources reported on Tuesday that the two armies began moving around patrol points 14 and 15 in the Galwan Valley and another in the Geysir area, adding that the Chinese side had moved up to 1.5 km in both areas. Indian and Chinese troops entered the country from the 5th century onwards. May went into battle after a violent confrontation in Pangon Tzu. In their first serious attempts to end the series, they met on the 6th. June Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, an officer general, commander of the 14th Army General Staff. Corps based in Leha and Major General Liu Lin, commander of the Tibetan military district.

Last Saturday’s talks took place the day after the diplomatic meetings of the two countries, at which both sides agreed to resolve their differences through peaceful talks, respecting each other’s sensitivities and concerns. The Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Sunday that the talks at Lieutenant General level took place in a cordial and positive atmosphere and that both sides agreed that a speedy resolution of the issue would contribute to the development of relations between the two countries. The impulse for the confrontation came from fierce Chinese resistance against India, which paved an important road in the finger zone around Lake Pangon Tso and built another road connecting the Darbuk-Shaek-Daulat-Beg-Oldi road in the Galwan Valley. The road in the Pangong Tso finger area is considered to be the most important patrol road in India. In response to the Chinese protests, India has already decided not to suspend infrastructure projects in East Ladakh.

The situation in the region deteriorated after some 250 Chinese and Indian soldiers were killed during the 5th and 6th days of the conflict. May faced violence. The Pangong-Tso incident was followed by the 9th anniversary of the incident. May a similar incident occur in North Sikkima. The border dispute between India and China concerns the 3,488 km long Line of Actual Control (LoC). China claims that Arunachal Pradesh belongs to Southern Tibet, while India competes with it.

Both parties argue that peace and calm should be maintained in the border areas until the border issue is finally resolved. At their historic informal summit in 2018 in the Chinese city of Wuhan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed the importance of maintaining peace and tranquillity in all areas along the border between India and China for the development of bilateral relations. The summit took place a few months after the 73-day military confrontation between the two armies mentioned in the report, which fueled fears of war between the two Asian giants. During the interviews of the 6. At the Wuhan Summit on 19 June, both parties agreed to follow the general decisions of Modi and Si at the Wuhan Summit to ensure peace and tranquillity in the Latin American and Caribbean region.

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