Chinese Foreign Minister big statement after Tawang clash, committed to stability on the border, ready to work with India
After the skirmish between Indian soldiers and Chinese soldiers in the Tawang sector, a big statement from Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has come to the fore. Wang Yi has said that India and China have maintained communication through diplomatic and military channels.
The Foreign Minister of China has given a big statement after the recent skirmish between the armies of India and China in the Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has once again chanted friendship with India. Wang Yi has said that India and China have maintained communication through diplomatic and military channels. Both countries are committed to maintaining stability in the border areas. We are ready to work together for the stable and sound development of China-India relations, he said. At the same time, since the Galvan clash, the number of mobile towers is being increased by India to increase connectivity near LAC.
This statement of the Chinese Foreign Minister has come at a time when the issue of maintaining peace on the border was raised by both countries in the 17th round of Corps Commander-level talks between India and China. During the talks, both countries agreed to maintain security and stability on the ground along the LAC in the western sector. The meeting was held on December 20 at the Chushul-Moldo border meeting point in Chinese territory.
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that we want to work with India for the stable and strong development of China-India relations. The Chinese foreign minister's statement came in the backdrop of the December 9 skirmish between Indian and Chinese troops in the Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh.
There was a clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) of the Tawang area of Arunachal Pradesh. During this, the soldiers of the Indian Army chased away the Chinese soldiers. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh had also given a statement on this matter in Parliament. After this, many questions were raised by the opposition parties. Recently, Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar warned China that unilateral changes on LAC will not be tolerated.