China showing no intent to move back from Ladakh, experts predict minor disengagements from current friction points
The 16th round of India-China Corps Commander-level talks last Sunday failed to make any headway towards returning to the May 2020 positions in eastern Ladakh.
The 14th Dalai Lama on Friday left for Ladakh after a stopover in Jammu where he had arrived on Thursday from his base in Dharamshala.
Both India and China currently have around 50,000-60,000 troops along the LAC in the sensitive sector.
Talks would be held with the objective of discussing disengagement from friction points along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh.
After a long chill during the pandemic between the two countries, since last month their defence, finance and national security chiefs as well as their top military commanders have all spoken.
"If anyone creates a wanton provocation, they will be met with the firm counterattack from the Chinese people," said Gen. Li Zuocheng.
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After holding wide-ranging talks with PM Narendra Modi, Johnson also said that economic fugitives seeking to use the British legal system to evade the law in India are not welcome in Britain.
A joint statement said said the two prime ministers called upon all countries to work together to root out terrorist safe havens and infrastructure, disrupt terrorist networks and financing chains.
Shringla said that Prime Minister Modi expressed deep concern over the ongoing situation in Ukraine and the mounting humanitarian crisis there.
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External Affairs Minsitry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi that he does not know whether or in what context these issues could come up, if at all, during the talks between Modi and Johnson.
Listing out trade, business and defence cooperation as focus areas, Johnson stated that his visit to India will deliver on things that really matter to the people of both nations.
Sharif emphasised that peaceful settlement of outstanding disputes including Jammu and Kashmir is indispensable