15th round of India, China talks to resolve Ladakh standoff 'positive and constructive': Chinese military
The two sides reiterated that the settlement of the remaining issues would help restore peace and tranquility in the area and promote the development of bilateral relations
Wang arrived in Delhi on Thursday evening in the highest-level visit between the two countries after the ties came under severe strain following the military standoff in eastern Ladakh.
India and China have been holding talks on the Line of Actual Control in the Eastern Ladakh area to resolve the standoff and 14 rounds have been held so far.
There has been a military standoff in the Hot Springs area since 2020 and the objective would be to resolve and prevent any further escalation.
The government is on a spree to clear projects related to upgradation of border infrastructure along the LAC.
Jaishankar, addressing the Munich Security Conference (MSC) 2022 Panel Discussion in Munich, said that there is a problem India is having with China.
The total trade between China and India in 2021 stood at USD 125.66 billion, up 43.3 per cent from 2020, state-run Global Times reported, quoting data from the General Administration of Customs.
The remarks of the US Press secretary came ahead of the military level talks between India and China which aims to resolve the stand-off at the remaining points along the LAC in Ladakh.
A source confirmed, “The construction of the bridge is going on for some time and we are well aware of it.”
Wang's remark comes in the midst of the lingering border row between the two countries in eastern Ladakh.
The platforms utilised for the airlift were C-17, IL-76 and An-32 aircraft, which took off from one of the forward bases of Western Air Command.
Our emerging commitment to the Indo-US strategic partnership provides insufficient support for our dilemma in dealing with both China and Pakistan at the land borders.
The Chief of Air Staff said that the IAF must demonstrate to the nation that external forces will not be allowed to violate its territory.
Officials said both sides have exchanged notes as part of preparations for the 13th round of military talks to push for disengagement in the remaining friction points.
Gen Naravane said India had made matching deployments in its areas along the LAC and there was no way anyone would be able to behave in an aggressive manner again.
General Naravane was speaking on 'Role of the Indian Army in dealing with the contemporary national security challenges' at Vivekananda International Foundation.
Beijing’s perceptions of New Delhi’s potential threats to its interests may force it to look for alternate ways of conflict initiation while retaining international credibility
Twenty Indian army personnel were killed in the Galwan clash with the Chinese troops last year during the face-off.
The countries have been locked in a bitter border standoff in eastern Ladakh for over eight months as multiple rounds of diplomatic and military talks have not yet produced any major breakthrough.
2020 was promised to be a year of festivities as the two countries unveiled 70 events to jointly celebrate 70 years of the establishment of diplomatic ties.