India & China Agrees to Ease Border Tensions: India and China agreed to resolve their border dispute. The two men, who are familiar with the matter, said there was no difference in the talks that would allow tensions, the face-off started easing starting in May when anti-China sentiment appeared in India.
A statement from the Indian Foreign Ministry came after a meeting between the top officials of the two countries. The Indian delegation was led by US Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Naveen Srivastava and the Chinese delegation was led by Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Maritime Affairs of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hong Liang.
Relations between the two countries have been strained since May 15 and 20 Indian soldiers were killed on June 15 after clashes between Indian and Chinese forces. China has not yet announced the death toll. Last month, both sides devised a plan to overthrow and reduce it, but it failed as China did not back down at least to the two areas it entered. India itself is pushing for the Chinese military to return to its posts in April
On Thursday, the governments of the two countries
He said the two countries had agreed to maintain military-level contacts and exchange of information to ensure complete disconnection.
According to the second person mentioned above, there are no indications that any Chinese are ready to leave their entry points. The situation at its border in Ladakh has not changed since mid-July, with both sides setting a buffer limit of at least four points. In two other areas, Chinese forces refused to detonate. Analysts in India aim to misrepresent the move to New Delhi. India sent tens of thousands of troops to the border in Ladakh with the support of jet fighters and other military equipment to “watch” the cargo from the Chinese side.
Indian foreign ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava said, “Had a candid and in-depth exchange of views on the existing situation in the India-China border areas, They reaffirmed that…the two sides will continue to sincerely work towards complete disengagement of the troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Western Sector,” .
He Also added, In this context they agreed to resolve the outstanding issues in an expeditious manner and in accordance with the existing agreements and protocols. The two sides were in agreement that restoration of peace and tranquility in the border areas would be essential for the overall development of bilateral relations”
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