The Bhutan Foreign Ministry said, the EGM discussed a roadmap to expedite the Bhutan-China border talks and agreed to maintain peace.
China and Bhutan officials hold talks (Ministry of Foreign Affairs Royal Government of Bhutan)
China and Bhutan Border Issue: China is having border disputes with many of its neighbors. The latest dispute is with China Bhutan (China Bhutan Border Issue). Now senior officials of both countries have discussed a ‘roadmap’ to speed up their border negotiations and have agreed to maintain an atmosphere of peace on the border till the settlement of their dispute. The foreign ministries of both countries said this on Friday (India China Bhutan Border Dispute). China and Bhutan do not have diplomatic relations, but officials maintain contact through visits.
In a joint statement issued on Friday, China and Bhutan said, the 10th Expert Group Meeting (EGM) on the Bhutan-China border was held from April 6-9 in the country’s southwest Kunming city. After the talks, the statement issued by the two foreign ministries stated that the EGM was conducted in a friendly atmosphere (China and Bhutan Border Issue). Keeping in mind the close ties of friendship and cooperation between Bhutan and China, there have been in-depth and meaningful discussions on the border issue.
Agreed to keep peace
The statement posted on the Bhutan Foreign Ministry website said, ‘The EGM discussed a roadmap to accelerate the Bhutan-China border negotiations (China Bhutan Border Talks). The two sides agreed to maintain peace in the border areas for the final resolution of the border issue. It states that the two countries have agreed to hold the 25th round of Bhutan-China border talks and the 11th EGM on mutually convenient dates as soon as possible.
Dispute continues with Taiwan
On the other hand, China continues to infiltrate the Taiwanese territory (China Taiwan Tensions). On such repeated acts of China being repeated, Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said that if China attacks, Taiwan will protect itself till the last day. On the one hand, I see China trying to reconcile, sometimes it starts giving military threats. He explicitly tells Taiwan his share (China Taiwan Issue). China has also sent fighter aircraft several times to Taiwan’s airspace. However, Taiwan also gives a befitting reply every time and also deploys its fighters.
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