July 18, 2024

India accuses China of violating bilateral agreements

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India accuses China of violating bilateral agreements
India accuses China of violating bilateral agreements

aThe army is stationed along the disputed border in the eastern region of Ladakh.

Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh met Chinese Defense Minister Li Changfu on a visit and had a “frank discussion on developments in India’s border areas with China, as well as bilateral relations,” said India’s defense minister.

The ministry said in a statement that Singh told Li that the development of India-China relations “is based on the rule of peace and tranquility on the frontier,” and that all boundary issues should be resolved with respect to existing agreements and commitments. communication.

So far, there has been no comment on the talks from the Chinese side.

India claims that the deployment of large numbers of Chinese forces, their aggressive behavior and attempts to change borders violate the agreements between the two countries.

Singh said the abuses “totally undermine the foundations of bilateral relations”.

A clash three years ago in the Ladakh region resulted in the deaths of 20 Indians and four Chinese soldiers.

And it turned into a long confrontation in the mountainous region, where tens of thousands of military personnel were stationed on each side, backed by artillery, tanks and combat aircraft.

Days before Lee’s visit, the top commanders of the Indian and Chinese armies held the 18th round of talks in a bid to demobilize troops from the hotspots.

Both India and China have withdrawn their forces from some areas on the northern and southern shores of Pangong Tso, Kogra, and the Galwan Valley, but they continue to maintain additional forces.

Also read: “The conditions on the border between China and India are generally stable,” says Beijing

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