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India-China Faceoff: India again spoke to China, peace is not possible without removing army from all points of eastern Ladakh

India said that the withdrawal of Chinese troops from all points in eastern Ladakh is necessary for the restoration of peace and regional stability. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi has given this statement.

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India has once again asked the Chinese army to withdraw from all points in eastern Ladakh to make way for de-escalation of tension on the border and restore peace and stability in the border areas. Referring to the past stages of military and diplomatic talks, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said in a press conference that both sides agreed on the need for prompt resolution of pending issues in line with existing agreements and protocols.

“We have repeatedly stressed that a complete withdrawal of troops from other regions will pave the way for de-escalation of tensions between the forces on both sides and ensure full restoration of peace and stability and enable progress in bilateral relations,” he said. .’ Bagchi was responding to a question on the level of talks between the two sides on the border standoff.

The 11th round of commander-level talks between the two sides was held on April 9, while the last round of diplomatic-level talks under the framework of the Executive Advisory and Coordination Mechanism (WMCC) was held on March 12. “During these meetings, both sides agreed on the need to expeditiously resolve pending issues in accordance with existing agreements and protocols,” Bagchi said.


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