BEIJING: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Sunday expressed readiness to work with India through steady and fair development of India China border relations amid covid china 4th wave , Chinese Foreign Ministry website posted this statement.
Chinese Foreign Minister’s statement
Addressing reporters on China’s border dispute with India, Wang said, “China and India are communicating through diplomatic and military-to-military channels. Both countries are committed to maintaining stability in the border area. We are ready to work. India-China -Supporting the stable and fair growth of India relations.
chinese foreign minister wang yi’s statement appeared in the backdrop of a face-off between Indian and Chinese troops in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector on December 9.
High-level meeting after border clashes
After the India-China border skirmish, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said in a statement that India and China had concluded a meeting on December 20, along the Chushul-Moldo border on the Chinese side; The 17th round of meetings at the Corps Commander level at the meeting point there came up with all matters related to security. And the situation in the western sector was also discussed.
“In the meantime, both sides have decided to maintain security and stability on the ground in the western sector,” the statement said.
Both sides are in close contact and dialogue will continue through military and diplomatic commercial channels, the MEA statement said. It is believed that China is well pressed to come up with a mutually acceptable solution to border issues amid the COVID 4th Wave.