Thursday, August, 18,2022

India China standoff: China's foreign ministers don't change even after meeting in Moscow - sources

India China standoff: Even after a two-and-a-half-hour meeting between India's Foreign Minister S Jayshankar and Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Moscow, Beijing's attitude has not changed. India and China have agreed to a five-point plan to end the long-standing deadlock on the border in eastern Ladakh.

Foreign ministers of India and China met on Thursday in Moscow. It is expected that after this meeting the tension between the two countries on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in East Ladakh (India-China Border Tension) may be reduced.

But if the sources are to be believed, then the tension on the ground condition between the two countries can remain. It is being said that there is no guarantee that any change can be seen in China's attitude. Sources have told If you try to understand the current situation, there is no change in Beijing's attitude even after the two-and-a-half-hour meeting between India's Foreign Minister S Jayshankar and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Moscow.

Officials say that information has been given to all the big people regarding China's current stand. However, India still wants to find a diplomatic solution to reduce tensions. He said that India is always committed to maintaining peace in the region, but it will not compromise even an inch of its territory.

India and China have agreed to a five-point plan to end the long-standing deadlock on the border in eastern Ladakh. This includes following all the existing agreements and rules related to the management of the border, maintaining peace, and avoiding every action that worsens the situation.

Foreign Minister S. In talks between Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Moscow on Thursday evening, the two countries agreed to the plan. Jaishankar and Wang are in Moscow to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting.

After the conversation between Jaishankar and Wang, the Ministry of External Affairs said in the statement, "Both the Foreign Ministers agreed that the current situation was not in anyone's interest, so they agreed that the two countries stationed on the border The armies must continue the dialogue, maintain proper distance and reduce tensions.

'According to the joint statement, Jaishankar and Wang agreed that the two sides would need to develop Indo-China relations between the leaders of the two countries. Guidance should be taken with consensus, Which includes not allowing differences to become a dispute. This was indicated by two informal summits between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Chinfing in 2018 and 2019.

Meanwhile, tensions continue to rise near Pangong Lake on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. According to sources, a large number of soldiers are being deployed by India from Finger 3. In the last 48 hours, the movement north of Pangong Lake has increased tremendously. According to media reports, the Chinese army is trying to move forward on the west side of Pangong Lake.

In fact, after the clash on August 29-30, the soldiers of India have now reached the high peaks on the southern side of Pangong Lake. While the Chinese army is in the lowlands here. In such a situation, China's fury has increased and they are trying to move forward.

 

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