New Delhi. India on Thursday expressed hope that China would quickly resolve the remaining issues along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the region by fully adhering to bilateral agreements and protocols. which will facilitate the path of progress in bilateral relations. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said in a weekly press briefing that the situation on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) was a result of China’s “unilateral efforts” to change the status quo.
He said that the 13th round of top commander-level talks between India and China in this regard was held on October 10 and during the talks, the Indian side gave positive suggestions to resolve the issues in the remaining areas, but the Chinese side did not agree with them. And he could not even make any proposal in the direction of moving forward. “Both sides agreed to continue dialogue and maintain stability at the ground level,” Bagchi said. This is a positive thing. He said this would be in line with guidance drawn from External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s discussions with his Chinese counterpart at a recent meeting in Dushanbe where they agreed that both sides should resolve the remaining issues at the earliest. needed.
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Bagchi said that we hope that China will work towards quickly resolving the remaining issues on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the region, fully adhering to bilateral agreements and protocols. He said that this will facilitate 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 on the border from both sides.
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Several talks have also taken place at the diplomatic and military level between the two countries to resolve the deadlock. The two sides completed their retreat from the Gora area last month, but standoff remains at some places. At present, 50,000 to 60,000 soldiers 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 and 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 do not understand any reason for objecting to the visit of Indian leaders to a state in India. Significantly, China claims Arunachal Pradesh to be a part of South Tibet and expresses objection to the visit of Indian leaders there.
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