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India Reiterates Need for Peaceful Border Areas to Normalize Relations with China

  • Posted on April 7, 2023
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India Reiterates Need for Peaceful Border:-

The Indian government reiterated on Thursday that normalizing relations with China would require restoring peace and tranquility in The border areas.

Arindam Bagchi, the MEA spokesperson, made the statement during a media briefing ahead of the SCO defense and foreign ministers' meeting, which will witness the participation of Chinese ministers as well. 

 India Reiterates Need for Peaceful Border
India Reiterates Need for Peaceful Border

Bagchi responded to a Chinese diplomat's remarks that the situation in the India-China border areas is stable, noting that the presence of a large number of troops there in violation of agreements was abnormal. 

The MEA spokesperson expressed hope that Chinese authorities would allow Indian journalists to continue working in China, stating that there were Chinese journalists with valid Indian visas for journalistic activities. Bagchi also indicated that until there is a return to peace and tranquility in the border areas, normalcy in the overall relationship between India and China cannot be foreseen.

The Indian government's emphasis on restoring peace and tranquility in the border areas, as well as its request for the continuation of journalistic activities, indicates a desire to normalize relations with China. 

However, China's insistence on the removal of troops from the border areas suggests that it is not willing to overlook violations of previous agreements. As a Result, it appears that India is prepared to engage with China diplomatically and militarily to address the situation in the border areas and restore normalcy in the overall relationship.

 India Reiterates Need for Peaceful Border
India Reiterates Need for Peaceful Border

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