China offers 3 points to join hands with India

China offers 3 points to join hands with India  Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Friday that his country and India should stick to their own development paths and join hands to safeguard peace and stability in the region and the world.  China offers 3 points to join hands with IndiaChinese foreign minister pays surprise visit to India "A three-point approach to this end, first, the two sides should view bilateral relations from a long-term perspective, secondly, they should look at the development of the Both of them have a mutually beneficial mindset. Third, the two countries should participate in the multilateral process cooperatively."  In the same context, an Indian official stated that "the Chinese Foreign Minister met his Indian counterpart and the Indian National Security Adviser to accelerate the disengagement of thousands of elements of the Indian and Chinese forces engaged in tense confrontation and intermittent clashes along the disputed borders."  A violent confrontation erupted in June of 2020, and turned into a clash with batons, stones and fists, which resulted in the killing of twenty Indian soldiers, and China said that it lost four soldiers in those clashes.  "I will describe the current situation as a continuous effort (but) at a slower pace than is obviously desirable," Indian External Affairs Minister Subramaniam Jaishankar told reporters today.  Jaishankar was talking about "fifteen rounds of talks between the military leaders, in addition to diplomatic contacts between the two countries to end the problem."  "Friday's talks with Wang focused on speeding up the disengagement of forces in friction areas and the possibility of de-escalation," Jaishankar added.  "Wang spoke of China's desire to normalize relations with India," Jaishankar added.  But Jaishankar told him that "this would require restoring peace and calm on the border, suggesting a complete disengagement of the forces."  The two officials also discussed the ongoing war in Ukraine.  Jaishankar said they "agreed on the importance of an immediate ceasefire as well as a return to diplomacy and dialogue."  Source: Xinhua + The Associated Press

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Friday that his country and India should stick to their own development paths and join hands to safeguard peace and stability in the region and the world.

China offers 3 points to join hands with IndiaChinese foreign minister pays surprise visit to India
"A three-point approach to this end, first, the two sides should view bilateral relations from a long-term perspective, secondly, they should look at the development of the Both of them have a mutually beneficial mindset. Third, the two countries should participate in the multilateral process cooperatively."

In the same context, an Indian official stated that "the Chinese Foreign Minister met his Indian counterpart and the Indian National Security Adviser to accelerate the disengagement of thousands of elements of the Indian and Chinese forces engaged in tense confrontation and intermittent clashes along the disputed borders."

A violent confrontation erupted in June of 2020, and turned into a clash with batons, stones and fists, which resulted in the killing of twenty Indian soldiers, and China said that it lost four soldiers in those clashes.

"I will describe the current situation as a continuous effort (but) at a slower pace than is obviously desirable," Indian External Affairs Minister Subramaniam Jaishankar told reporters today.

Jaishankar was talking about "fifteen rounds of talks between the military leaders, in addition to diplomatic contacts between the two countries to end the problem."

"Friday's talks with Wang focused on speeding up the disengagement of forces in friction areas and the possibility of de-escalation," Jaishankar added.

"Wang spoke of China's desire to normalize relations with India," Jaishankar added.

But Jaishankar told him that "this would require restoring peace and calm on the border, suggesting a complete disengagement of the forces."

The two officials also discussed the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Jaishankar said they "agreed on the importance of an immediate ceasefire as well as a return to diplomacy and dialogue."

Source: Xinhua + The Associated Press
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