Five point agreement between India and China to reduce tension on LAC

Five point agreement between India and China to reduce tension on LAC
India china meeting at SCO pic taken from @ANI twitter

The Foreign Ministers of India and China met for about two and a half hours in Moscow amid the ongoing tension along the Line of Actual Control (LAC). During the meeting between Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, a Five point agreement between India and China to reduce tension on LAC was reached to end tension on the border. At the same time, both sides have agreed that the talks will continue and the process of removing the troops will be expedited.

A two-and-a-half-hour meeting between Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar and Chinese counterpart Wang Yi was held in Moscow on Thursday to end the tense atmosphere at the border and to withdraw troops. Leaders of both countries are in Moscow to attend the meeting of SCO foreign ministers. Foreign Minister S Jaishankar met China counterpart Wang Yi on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).

Five point agreement between India and China to reduce tension on LAC

The Indian Foreign Ministry said that during the meeting, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi agreed that both sides should seek guidance from a series of consensus of leaders to develop India-China relations, disputes dispute. Should not be allowed.

Agreed to continue the dialogue: MEA

In a joint statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, it was stated that the two Ministers’ had a clear and constructive discussion on the developments in India-China border areas as well as on India-China relations.

According to the statement, both sides have agreed that dialogue should continue, expedite the process of withdrawing troops quickly, maintain proper distance and reduce tension. ‘ All this is happening at a time when India and China are being accused of firing each other in the air, which has become the latest flashpoint in the border dispute.

Meanwhile, sources in the government claim that during the meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Foreign Minister Jaishankar clearly stated that this is expected to fully comply with all agreements on the management of border areas and unilaterally maintain the status quo. Any attempt to change will not be accepted.

During their meeting in Moscow, the Indian and Chinese foreign ministers agreed that as the situation eases, both sides should expedite work on new measures to maintain peace and tranquility and confidence in the border areas.

Relations will move in the right direction: Chinese Foreign Minister

According to the news agency ANI, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said that in a meeting with India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that it is normal for China and India to have differences as 2 neighboring countries. But it is important that these differences be put in the context of proper bilateral relations.

Chinese Foreign Ministry said that in the meeting, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang said that China-India relations have once again come at the crossroads. Will keep moving the relationship between the two countries in the right direction. There is no such difficulty or challenge that cannot be overcome.

According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry, Wang Yi underlined China’s strict position on the situation in the border areas, as well as emphasized that the shootings and other dangerous acts of incitement should be stopped immediately that violate the promises of both sides .

The policy on China has not changed:

During the Jaishankar meeting, the Chinese Foreign Minister also said that the border troops should be withdrawn as soon as possible so that the situation can worsen. The Chinese side is ready for advanced talks on both sides to resolve specific issues:

During this important meeting, Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar said that the Indian side does not want to increase tension in the border areas. India’s policy regarding China has not changed. The Indian side believes that there has been no change in China’s policy towards India.

It was claimed by the Chinese Foreign Ministry that during a long meeting between the two leaders, a five point agreement between India and China was reached about the current situation.