Ready for acceptable solutions together on “emergency”, China told India

With India Strongly to China that the extension of the East Ladakh situation seems to impact bilateral bonds in “negative ways”, Beijing today said it is ready to find solutions that can be accepted by problems that require “emergency ” response” through negotiations and consultation.

During the meeting of the opponent of their time on the sidelines of the Conclary Sco in Dushanbe on Wednesday, the Minister of External Affairs Dr S Jaishankar also told Chinese partners and members of the state council Wang Yi that any unilateral change in the status quo along the solid line. Control (LAC) “cannot be accepted” to India and that the overall relationship can only develop after full recovery of peace and tranquillity in East Ladakh.

The meeting in the capital of Tajikistan took place in the middle of a deadlock in the release process. Between two militaries at the remaining friction point in East Ladakh. After they pulled forces and weapons from the Lake Pangong region in February following the military. And diplomatic deadlock to complete the deadlock since May last year.

In a statement its posted on his website on Thursday at the conversation of Wang Yi with Dr Jaishankar, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said the minister said the overall situation in the border area had increased after the withdrawal of troops from the Galway Valley and Pangong Lake.

However, the relationship between India and China is still on “low levels”, which are not in the interest of both sides, Wang Yi said.

“Both parties must place border problems in the right position in bilateral relations, expand the positive momentum of bilateral cooperation and create favorable conditions to resolve differences through negotiations,” he said.

The nature of Chinese-India’s relationship is how two emerging developing countries looked at each other, coexisting harmoniously and helped each other, he said.

“China’s strategic assessment of Chinese-India relations has not changed. China and India did not posed a threat but offer opportunities for developing each other. Both countries are partners rather than rivals or enemies,” said the Chinese Foreign Minister.

The principles of Chinese-Indian relations must remain mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, reciprocity of non-aggression, non-interference in their respective internal affairs, and mutual respect’s interests.

The interaction between the two countries still has to look for mutual benefits and complement each other, pursue healthy competition and avoid confrontation, with cooperation as the central theme, Wang Yi said.

While China moved its troops from Galway Valley and Pangong Tso, it did not finish the release from other friction points such as hot springs, gorry and deps in the east.

In his meeting with Wang Yi, Dr Jaishankar firmly said that the extension of the situation in East Ladakh. It seemed to impact bilateral bonds in “negative ways”. There was no advanced movement from the Chinese side since the release in the Lake Area Pangong in February has created conditions to solve the remaining problems.

Dr Jaishankar told Wang Yi that any unilateral changes in the status quo along the LAC were “unacceptable” to India. And that the overall relationship can only develop after full recovery of peace and peace in East Ladakh. According to a statement that is issued by the Ministry of External Affairs on the conversation.

Wang Yi, according to the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, also said that both parties must consolidate the results of the release that had achieved. Strictly obeying the agreement and shared understanding of both parties, and “refrain from taking unilateral sensitive and” controversial areas. For Avoid recurrence of tension due to misunderstandings and calculation errors. “