Amid tensions between Indian and Chinese troops in the Pangong Tso lake area, China said on Wednesday that India should refrain from taking any action to “complicate” the issue and claimed that PLA troops are “normal” on the Chinese side. patrolling”. range. Asked about the ongoing tension along the border and whether the actions of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops were in any way related to disagreements with the Indian government’s plan to woo trade from China, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said. Both countries were diplomatic. Make face-to-face contact between your soldiers.
“China’s position on the border issue is consistent and clear. Chinese border troops have maintained peace in the border areas. China is carrying out normal patrols along the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC),” Zhao told a media briefing here. He said that we urge the Indian side to work with China and refrain from taking any complicated steps so as to create favorable conditions for the development of our bilateral relations and peace and stability in the border areas.
He said, “Both sides keep in diplomatic communication on the related border issue. Since the escalation of tensions in the Pangong Tso lake area in eastern Ladakh on May 5-6, China has kept a constant silence on the incident, while its official Media not reported. Asked about Monday’s incident, Zhao said Chinese troops are “committed to maintaining peace and stability”.
He said that the most important issue for the world at the moment is the fight against the deadly coronavirus. We should not allow any politicization or stigma to create more differences or conflict.”
At least some Chinese military helicopters were seen flying close to the demarcated Sino-India border in the region after a fierce face-off on May 5, followed by a fleet of Indian Air Force Sukhoi-30 jets. was carried out. Sources in New Delhi said that there were flights there. Soldiers from both sides occupied their respective positions and even reinforcements were brought in anticipating further escalation of tension, he said when asked about the face-off. He said tensions still persisted in the region, although the two sides agreed to part ways during a meeting of local commanders on May 6.
“The situation remains tense,” said a source in New Delhi. Sources said the sighting of Chinese helicopters in the region was not unusual as India also flies a fleet of military helicopters from three bases in the region. Sources said that on May 5, clashes broke out between Indian and Chinese army personnel with iron rods, sticks and even stone pelting, in which several soldiers from both sides suffered injuries in the incident. In a separate incident, around 150 Indian and Chinese military personnel were face-off near the Naku La pass in the Sikkim sector of the India-China border on Saturday. At least 10 soldiers from both sides were injured in the incident.
Troops from India and China were engaged in a 73-day standoff at the Doklam tri-junction in 2017, raising fears of a war between the two nuclear-armed neighbours. The India-China border dispute involves the 3,488-km-long Line of Actual Control, which is the de facto border between the two countries. Both sides have been emphasizing that it is necessary to maintain peace in the border areas till the final resolution of the border issue. Months after the Doklam standoff, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping held their first informal summit in April 2018 in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
At the summit, the two leaders decided to issue “strategic guidance” to their armies to strengthen communications so that they can build trust and understanding. Modi and Xi held their second informal summit in Mamallapuram near Chennai in October last year, with a focus on further broadening bilateral ties.
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