During the briefing, the spokesman noted that China and India have recently conducted 'intensive communication through military and diplomatic channels.'
With China engaging the Indian troops in Eastern Ladakh, Pakistan has intensified terrorist operations in Jammu and Kashmir and is pushing terrorists and arms and ammunition into Kashmir.
After a meeting with Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla, Japanese Ambassador Satoshi Suzuki said Japan hoped for peaceful resolution of the row through dialogues.
This is important as there has been no further progress on the standoff in Eastern Ladakh at the Line of Actual Control.
Contest now is to seize the initiative for which China is applying psychological, operational, and even diplomatic means, in order to have an upper hand in negotiations in meetings. said an officer.
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The New York Times had reported that a few Indian soldiers were missing in action after the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese troops in the Galwan valley.
The Army confirmed that 20 personnel, including a Colonel rank officer, were killed in the face-off.
Political niceties apart, China would like to see India as a weaker power and will, characteristically, try to bully its way through the whole situation.
A large number of Indian and Chinese troops had previously engaged in an eyeball-to-eyeball situation in Galwan Valley of eastern Ladakh over the last five weeks.
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It is learnt that the two sides remained engaged in aggressive posturing in areas such as Pangong Tso, Daulat Beg Oldie and Demchok though some troops were pulled back from Galwan and Hot Spring.
New Delhi said on Sunday that the two countries had agreed to 'peacefully resolve' the border flare-up after a high-level meeting between army commanders.
The sources said to reciprocate the Chinese disengagement, the Indian side also brought back some of its troops and vehicles from these areas.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson further said that the 'two sides will work to maintain peace and tranquillity along the border and create a good atmosphere'.