The Ministry of External Affairs statement came on Saturday at the military level meeting on the current border dispute between India and China. The ministry has said that the two sides will remain militarily and diplomatically connected to ensure peace and resolve the situation in the border areas. Both sides agreed to resolve the matter peacefully according to various bilateral agreements.
The Ministry of External Affairs further said that the two sides have agreed to resolve peacefully in the border areas. This decision has been taken keeping in mind the various bilateral agreements and the agreement between the leaders that peace in the Indo-China border areas will lead to overall development of bilateral relations. Is essential for development. According to the Foreign Ministry, the two sides marked the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries (India and China) this year and agreed that a preliminary resolution would contribute to the further development of the two countries’ relationship.
Significantly, in an attempt to resolve the month-long deadlock between the two countries in eastern Ladakh, high-level military talks were held in the Chushul-Moldo area at the border Personnel meeting point in the Chinese territory on Saturday. Lt. Gen. Harinder Singh from India and Major General Liu Lin from China represented the meeting.
Conversations have been held many times at different levels
To resolve the dispute, in the past, there have been several talks at the level of military officers of both countries. There have also been three rounds of talks with Major General level officials. This was followed by an important dialogue at the Corps Commander level on Saturday. India has made it clear in all round talks that China has started the process of increasing the deployment of troops on LAC. In such a situation, India had no option but to increase the number of its troops under retaliation. Chinese troops have been blocking Indian troops from the Finger-4 area for patrolling since the LAC encroached.
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