China on Friday sought to provoke India by again pinning the blame in Indian Army troops for the June 15-16 Galwan Valley clash. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, in remarks published by the Chinese Embassy, said that New Delhi should discipline its frontline troops.
Wang also called on India to stop provocative acts on the de-facto border so that such incidents are not repeated.
“Urge India to conduct thorough investigation, hold violators accountable, strictly discipline frontline troops and immediately stop provocative acts to ensure such incidents won’t occur again,” the Chinese Foreign Minister stated in published remarks, as per news agency ANI.
The remarks came days after Chinese Embassy’s spokesperson here called on India to ensure favourable conditions for maintaining peace and stability along the 3,488-kilometre-long Line of Actual Control.
Spokesperson Ji Rong said that New Delhi should refrain from taking any actions that further complicate the situation at the border.