Making its claim on the Galvan Valley, New Delhi has told Beijing that “unconfirmed and exaggerated claims on disputed areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC)” between India and China military commanders will be held on June 6. It is against the agreed consent. On Monday night, there was a violent clash in the valley between the army of the two countries in which 20 soldiers including the commanding officer of the Indian Army were killed.
On Thursday, External Affairs Ministry official spokesperson Anurag Shrivastava said, “Given its responsible approach to border management, India is doing all the activities within its border and expects China to do the same within its borders.” Operate. ” Srivastava said that India advocates peaceful resolution of differences but is also ready to face every situation.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava said that on the night of June 15, China tried to change the status quo in Galvan Valley. However, he also said that contact between India and China is not yet broken and negotiations are going on at different levels.
The spokesperson said that the two sides are in regular contact through their embassies and foreign offices and are maintaining connectivity at the ground level as well. He said, “Negotiations are ongoing on our other established diplomatic systems, including the working system for consultation and coordination on border matters.”
Meanwhile, Beijing on Thursday said that both sides have agreed to deal with this serious issue. Both sides are in communication and coordination through diplomatic and military channels so that tension can be eliminated as soon as possible.