new Delhi: India will continue talks with China through military and diplomatic channels regarding tension on the border in eastern Ladakh. India and China have agreed to another round of talks soon. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava, referring to the ongoing military dialogue between the two countries, dismissed the news of British newspaper ‘The Times’ as ‘baseless’. In that news, a Chinese professor was quoted as claiming that the Chinese army had used ‘microwave weapons’ to force Indian troops to withdraw from the front in eastern Ladakh.
The spokesman said that the aim of the military dialogue is to go back completely and ensure peace and stability on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the western sector. Srivastava also referred to the eighth round of talks between senior military commanders of India and China in Chushul on 6 November in an online press conference. He said, ‘These talks were clear, deep and constructive and both sides discussed all the important aspects of retreating from all the deadlocked points along the Line of Actual Control in the western region of the India-China border’.
The spokesman said, “The aim of the military talks is to go back completely and ensure peace and stability along the Line of Actual Control in the western sector.” We will continue the dialogue through military and diplomatic channels. Both countries have agreed to start another round of talks soon to achieve this goal.
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