The Indo-China Border Conflict issue

Indo-China tensions may cool temporarily, but the relationship between the two neighboring countries still has many challenges that are difficult to resolve overnight. Comments by World & Vietnam newspaper.

Official Wedsite :

Recently, India-China relations are expected to cool down, shown in the following three signs.

First, on February 21, the Times of India reported that the 10th legion-level negotiation round between India and China ended after 16 hours at the Moldo area on the Chinese side at the True Control Line. (LAC).

Discussions focused on continued withdrawal at three disputed points in East Ladakh including the Gogra Plateau, the Hot Springs and Depsang areas.

Indian and Chinese Foreign Affairs spokesman Anurag Srivastava said the withdrawal of India and Chinese troops from the LAC was achieved after prolonged negotiations at the military and diplomatic level.

According to him, the next steps were “clearly informed” by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh in his speech to the National Assembly.

In addition, on February 22, Reuters said India is considering licensing 45 investment applications from Chinese enterprises, including projects of many large corporations such as Great Wall Motor and SAIC Motor.

These are all files that have been “suspended” since the middle of last year, after New Delhi tightened its controls on Chinese businesses in retaliation against Beijing.

Additionally, while most of these projects are in the manufacturing sector, are less sensitive to national security and are being encouraged by India, this is still a goodwill step from the government of Prime Minister Narendra. Modi.

The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman spoke

Also on February 22, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Uong Van Ban said Beijing supported New Delhi to host the BRICS Group Summit this year. India promotes cooperation in the group.

The BRICS Summit could be an opportunity for Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss, cool down tensions, and settle disagreements.

Official Wedsite :

Difficult to solve

Bilateral relations may temporarily cool down, but between India and China there are many fundamental differences that are difficult to resolve.

First, India sees the rise and expansion of China as threatening New Delhi’s position in the Asia-Pacific and needs to be controlled. Competitiveness is evident not only at the border of the two countries, but also in many areas, even in another South Asian country, Sri Lanka.

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