Beijing India said on Monday that for the development of China-India relations, it is necessary to maintain peace and tranquility in the border areas. India also underlined that Beijing has to respect mutual concerns, sensibilities and priorities.
India’s Ambassador to China, Vikram Misri made the remarks during an interaction with Chinese scholars of several institutions and universities at a ceremony held at the General Consulate of India in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou. The Consulate tweeted, “Ambassador Vikram Misri emphasized that maintaining peace and tranquility in the border areas is an essential basis for the development of bilateral relations”.
The tweet stated, “They emphasized that respect is needed for mutual concerns and sensibilities and for each other’s priorities.” The Egyptian called ICWA (Indian Council for Global Affairs) -CPIFA (Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs) said this on April 15 in the Digital Dialogue in the Seventh Dialogue.
During this, he called for the restoration of peace and tranquility on the border for progress in bilateral relations and the need for mutual respect. ICWA Director-General TCA Raghavan, CPIFA President Wang Chao and Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong also participated in the discussion. The standoff between East India and Chinese troops has been taking place since May 1 last year. Soldiers from both sides completed the withdrawal of troops and weapons from the northern and southern sides at Pangong Lake in February. But the withdrawal of troops from many other areas in eastern Ladakh is not yet complete.
The top commanders of the armies of the two countries held an 11th round of talks on April 9 for the withdrawal of troops from the Hot Springs, Gogra and Depsang areas in eastern Ladakh on the Line of Actual Control (LAC).