How is the situation on the border between China and India? Know what the dragon says now

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China’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the situation on the China-India border is “generally stable.”

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  • “I can tell you that at the moment the situation on the China-India border is generally stable,” Zhao said.
  • On Monday, Foreign Minister Wang said China and India “held a dialogue through diplomatic and military means.”
  • The border clash between the Indian and Chinese armies began last year after violent clashes in the Pangong Lake areas.

Beijing: The situation along the border between China and India is “generally stable” and the two sides maintain dialogue and communication through diplomatic and military channels to normalize the situation on the border after the clash in eastern Ladakh. . The Chinese Foreign Ministry released this information on Tuesday. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijan made the remarks in response to a question about the progress of the dialogue between the two countries regarding China’s position on the current situation on the India-China border and the Monday’s remarks by Foreign Minister Wang Yi.

‘China effectively managed and controlled the conflict’

Wang Yi said that China had “effectively managed and controlled the conflict” in some border areas. “I can tell you that at the moment the situation on the China-India border is generally stable,” Zhao said. “Both sides maintain dialogue and communication through diplomatic and military channels to work to reduce the situation along the border,” he said without making any direct reference to the prolonged military confrontation in eastern Ladakh.

Relations between the two countries had also stalled due to the military confrontation.
On Monday, Foreign Minister Wang said that China and India “held a dialogue through diplomatic and military means, and effectively managed and controlled conflicts in some border areas as part of a shared commitment to improve and develop the bilateral relations “. Wang’s statement came amid the ongoing border dispute between the two countries in eastern Ladakh. The military confrontation in eastern Ladakh also caused a stalemate in relations between the two countries.

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The confrontation between the armies of the two countries began last year.
The border clash between the Indian and Chinese armies began on May 5 last year after violent clashes in the Pangong Lake areas and both sides gradually increased their heavy weapons deployment along with thousands of soldiers. After several rounds of military and diplomatic talks, the two sides completed a withdrawal of troops and weapons from the Gogra area in August and on the north and south shores of Lake Pangong in February.

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