India-China Border Face-off: South Block blame China over the border Dispute

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There is growing frustration in the South Block over the border agreement with China Foreign Ministry spokesman, Anurag Shrivastava said. Recently, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said, “Bilateral relations have not deteriorated so much in the last 40 years It is a difficult task to restore this system. Beijing has violated the India-China border agreement “.

At a press conference, India directly hinted at blaming China and opposed China’s statement on the issuance of postage stamps in a joint venture between the two countries. The Chinese Embassy in New Delhi tweeted yesterday that the event had to be cancelled due to no response from India. It should be noted that no celebration has been launched to mark the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries as a result, there is no question of implementing the joint venture to issue stamps.”

South Block is realizing that the relationship is getting harder every day. Finally, the Narendra Modi government is concerned about whether China, which is located in Indian territory, will have to give up some land or whether India will have to retreat along the Line of Actual Control. He fears that the issue may also affect domestic politics.

Overall, New Delhi has no other way of understanding the weak negotiation formula, the diplomatic camp believes. The statement said that the two countries resolve the issue through dialogue to maintain peace and harmony on the border.” We hope China matches his words.

The Foreign Ministry says diplomatic and military dialogue between the two countries will continue as they are. According to Anurag Srivastava, “the ultimate goal is to drive the entire army away from all points of conflict.”