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India Says Expect China To Work Towards Early Resolution Of Remaining Issues On Lac In Eastern Ladakh

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Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said in a weekly press briefing on Thursday that China should cooperate in ending the 17-month-long conflict on the LAC in eastern Ladakh and resolve the remaining issues as soon as possible.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said, following the suggestions given by India in the 13th round of military talks, this dispute can be resolved and peace can be restored on the border. China is expected to cooperate in this and act expeditiously on the basis of the consensus reached in the meeting.

On Sunday, just a day after the talks between the military officers of the two countries, which lasted for about eight and a half hours, the Indian Army had told that China neither agreed nor gave any further proposal on the constructive suggestions given by us. . The meeting was unsuccessful in finding a solution to the remaining issues. Bagchi said, however, both the countries have agreed to take forward talks towards restoring peace along the LAC. This is a positive aspect.

He said that ‘this would be in line with the guidance made on the basis of External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s discussions with his Chinese counterpart at a recent meeting in Dushanbe, where they agreed that both sides should address the remaining issues at the earliest. should be solved. We expect China to work towards early resolution of the remaining issues along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the region, in full compliance with bilateral agreements and protocols. This will facilitate the restoration of peace and tranquility along the border and progress in bilateral relations.

Significantly, on May 5 last year, the border standoff started after a violent clash between India and China in eastern Ladakh. After this, troops and heavy weapons were deployed along the border from both sides. There have been many talks between the two countries at the diplomatic and military level to resolve the deadlock. At present, 50,000 to 60,000 troops are deployed along the Line of Actual Control from both sides.

At the same time, in response to a question about China’s objection to the recent visit of Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu to Arunachal Pradesh, the Spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs reiterated that “we reject such statements, Arunachal Pradesh is an integral and inseparable part of India”. ‘

“Indian leaders regularly visit Arunachal Pradesh as they visit other states of India,” Bagchi said. He said that Indians could not understand any reason for objecting to the visit of Indian leaders to a state in India. Naidu had visited Arunachal Pradesh on October 9 and addressed a special session of the state assembly.

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Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said in a weekly press briefing on Thursday that China should cooperate in ending the 17-month-long conflict on the LAC in eastern Ladakh and resolve the remaining issues as soon as possible.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said, following the suggestions given by India in the 13th round of military talks, this dispute can be resolved and peace can be restored on the border. China is expected to cooperate in this and act expeditiously on the basis of the consensus reached in the meeting.

On Sunday, just a day after the talks between the military officers of the two countries, which lasted for about eight and a half hours, the Indian Army had told that China neither agreed nor gave any further proposal on the constructive suggestions given by us. . The meeting was unsuccessful in finding a solution to the remaining issues. Bagchi said, however, both the countries have agreed to take forward talks towards restoring peace along the LAC. This is a positive aspect.

He said that ‘this would be in line with the guidance made on the basis of External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s discussions with his Chinese counterpart at a recent meeting in Dushanbe, where they agreed that both sides should address the remaining issues at the earliest. should be solved. We expect China to work towards early resolution of the remaining issues along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the region, in full compliance with bilateral agreements and protocols. This will pave the way for the restoration of peace and tranquility on the border and progress in bilateral relations.

Significantly, on May 5 last year, the border standoff started after a violent clash between India and China in eastern Ladakh. After this, troops and heavy weapons were deployed along the border from both sides. There have been many talks between the two countries at the diplomatic and military level to resolve the deadlock. At present, 50,000 to 60,000 troops are deployed along the Line of Actual Control from both sides.

At the same time, in response to a question about China’s objection to the recent visit of Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu to Arunachal Pradesh, the Spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs reiterated that “we reject such statements, Arunachal Pradesh is an integral and inseparable part of India”. ‘

“Indian leaders regularly visit Arunachal Pradesh as they visit other states of India,” Bagchi said. He said that Indians could not understand any reason for objecting to the visit of Indian leaders to a state in India. Naidu had visited Arunachal Pradesh on October 9 and addressed a special session of the state assembly.

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