The armies of India and China are engaged in a battle in Pangong Tso, Galwan Valley, Demchok and Daulat Beg Oldie in Eastern Ladakh. Many numbers of Chinese army organisation people even went beyond the limits and against the laws which are not legally acceptable.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called on India and China border issues “a very serious and worrying situation” and has advised India and China to engage in a dialogue to sort out their border issues which the UK is closely monitoring.
On Wednesday, the first official statement of the PM came during his Weekly Prime Questions in the House of Commons.
The Ministry of External Affairs on Wednesday in New Delhi said in a statement that India and China have agreed that expeditious implementation of the previously agreed understanding on disengagement of troops from standoff points in eastern Ladakh would help ensure peace and tranquillity in the border areas.
During the talks between India and China, Indian sides have stated it’s concerned over the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese troops in Galwan Valley on June 15 and also discussed in detail about the situations in the region. In this face-off, about 20 Indian soldiers and a Colonel were killed.
“Perhaps the best thing I can say is that we are encouraging both parties to engage in dialogue on the issues on the border and sort it out between them,” Boris Johnson said.
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