India-China border news ahead of PM Modi’s possible meeting with Jinping in Johannesburg

PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping.  India TV Hindi.

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PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Ahead of a possible meeting between PM Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the upcoming BRICS summit in Johannesburg, important news regarding the Line of Actual Control is emerging. India and China have held the 19th round of talks to resolve the border dispute. Following this, China on Wednesday said the latest round of border talks with India were held in a “clear and pragmatic environment” and both sides resolved the outstanding issue on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the western sector. . A positive, constructive and detailed discussion took place. The 19th round of China-India Corps Commander level meeting was held from August 13 to 14 at the Chishul-Moldo border meeting point on the Indian side of the border. According to China, both sides have agreed to maintain land peace and tranquility in the border areas.

A joint press release issued after the two-day meeting did not indicate any immediate progress on the withdrawal of troops from the remaining standoff positions. “China appreciates the progress made through the meeting,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told a media briefing on Wednesday. In a clear and pragmatic environment, the two sides held positive, constructive and in-depth discussions on the resolution of outstanding LAC issues in the western sector. From the leadership, “Wang said. – Provided.” The spokesman said both sides agreed to resolve the remaining issues expeditiously and to maintain the momentum of talks and negotiations through military and diplomatic channels. He said that in the interim, both sides agreed to maintain peace and tranquility on the ground in the border areas.

PM Modi is going to Johannesburg.

The talks came days ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Johannesburg next week to attend the BRICS (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa) summit, where he will meet Chinese President Xi Jinping. Indian and Chinese troops have been facing each other for more than three years at some standoff points in eastern Ladakh. Both sides have completed the withdrawal of troops from several areas after extensive diplomatic and military negotiations. Earlier, in the 18th round of military talks held on April 23, the Indian side had supported an early resolution of the outstanding issues in Depsang and Demchuk. National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval met top Chinese diplomat Wang Yi on the sidelines of the BRICS summit in Johannesburg on July 24.

India has been saying that unless there is peace in the border areas, its relations with China cannot return to normal. The standoff on the eastern Ladakh border began on May 5, 2020, following a violent encounter in the Pangong Lake area. Relations between the two countries have been strained since a fierce clash in the Galwan Valley in June 2020, the most serious military conflict between the two sides in decades. (language)

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