The 11th round of talks between the top commanders of the two countries has been held on April 9 to withdraw troops from the Hot Spring, Gogra and Depsang areas in Ladakh. But no solution has been found so far.
China has maintained a tense situation over the LAC for the past one year. Despite several rounds of talks, the dispute has not yet been resolved. Now China has instructed India in the opposite direction that it should maintain the boundary issue in the ‘right position’. China said on Wednesday that we are committed to maintaining peace and stability along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). (China tells India keep border issue at appropriate position on LAC)
Beijing also urged that India should put the border issue in a ‘reasonable position’ and take steps to develop bilateral relations between the two countries. China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin was asked questions about the India-China border dispute at a regular press conference.
India said this
Recently, India’s Ambassador to China, Vikram Misri had said in a program that the agreement between the two countries to establish peace on LAC cannot be left as such. He said that Chinese troops from East Ladakh would have to go back completely to re-establish relations between the two countries. Addressing an event at the Indian Council of World Affairs, Misery said that Chinese officials are ignoring the consent of top leaders of both countries. While the top leaders gave importance to establishing peace on the LAC.
‘Ongoing dialogue in both countries’
When asked in this regard, Wang said that deep and long talks are going on between the two countries to improve the situation in East Ladakh. On April 9, the 11th round of talks between the top commanders of the two countries was held to withdraw troops from the Hot Spring, Gogra and Depsang areas in Ladakh. Wang said, “China’s stand on the border dispute is clear. We are committed to maintaining peace and stability on the border. But at the same time we will not back down on our sovereignty and security.
India will have to move forward
A Foreign Ministry spokesman said that recently both sides have been negotiating through diplomatic and military channels. Several rounds of discussions have taken place between the two countries regarding Galvan Valley and Pangong Lake. We hope that India will meet China halfway and will focus on developing relationships for a long time.
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