‘Committed To Peace Since 1993’: India Reminds China Of Past Agreements Amid Ladakh Standoff

Over the past two weeks, Indian Army and Chinese troops are engaged in a standoff in the highly sensitive western sector of Ladakh along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), where China’s People’s Liberation Army has beefed up its military assets by reportedly moving two brigades along the Galwin Valley and Pangong Tso Lake region.

Since then, both the Asian neighbours are constantly involved in several rounds of talks to resolve the standoff in Ladakh, but no breakthrough has been found so far.

In the latest conversation held on Thursday, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Anurag Srivastava, in an online media briefing, reminded China of the several bilateral agreements inked by the two in past to resolve border related issues.

According to an IANS report, Srivastava said that India has always tried to establish a peaceful platform for the nations to wisely resolve the situation through dialogues.

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