Situation On India Tibet Border Quite Stable And Under control Says Chinese...

Situation On India Tibet Border Quite Stable And Under control Says Chinese Foreign Ministry

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Situation On India Tibet Border Quite Stable And Under control Says Chinese Foreign Ministry

Spokesperson of China’s Foreign Ministry Zhao Lijian speaks at a daily press briefing on February 27,

With intrusion of Chinese Patrols into the buffer NO MANS land of the disputed areas in Galwan River region of Ladhak, tension had started building on the Indo Tibetan border. India is ramping up its border infrastructure in the forward areas along the Himalayas. However India has taken care to keep its roads and other infrastructures well within its own boundaries. Nothing has been constructed in the disputed areas.

The Chinese have objected to road construction in Galwan region. However the Chinese have been firmly told that there has been no violation of any kind in the NO MANS land. India remains very firm regarding this position.

The overall situation on the Indo Tibetan border area is stable and under control, and the two countries are capable of resolving border issues through dialogue and negotiations, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said, following reports claiming China had moved 5,000 troops to the China-India border area.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said at Wednesday’s media briefing that China and India have a sound border related mechanism and communication channels.

Zhao said that China’s position on the border issue has been consistent and clear. China has been earnestly implementing the important consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries, strictly abiding by the relevant agreements, and is committed to safeguarding national security and peace and stability in the China-India border area.

International media reports have accused China of recently deploying 5,000 more troops to the border area with India, and diplomats of the two countries have started talks on a peaceful resolution.