The Situation in Ladakh is Very Critical, in-depth Discussions are Needed, The Tone of Fear from Jayashankar

Jayashankar said the Indo-China border dispute is not new, it has a long history. Currently this situation has become more critical

Subrahmanyam Jaishankar
Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Latest News of Minister of External Affairs of India - INDIALIVEDAILY.COM

New Delhi: India-China Clash News Updates: Minister of External Affairs of India Subramanian Jayashankar has admitted that the Indo-China dispute is getting more serious along the de facto border. In an interview to an all-India news outlet, S Jayashankar said the situation in Ladakh was “extremely critical” at the moment. In-depth discussions are needed at the political level between the two countries. Two days later, the Foreign Minister will participate in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Moscow. Diplomatic circles think that his earlier remarks are very suggestive.

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S Jayashankar said that without peace and stability on the border, healthy relations between the two countries could not be established in any case. In the last 30 years, there has been stability in the border talks. This has also created problems. China is India’s second largest trading partner. Restoring peace on the border is a prerequisite for maintaining good relations between the two countries.

It is to be noted that the Foreign Ministry level meeting will be held in Moscow from September 9 to 11 at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. S Jayashankar will be present there. It is learned that Jayashankar may have a meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on September 10. The meeting is expected to discuss India-China dispute. When asked about this, S Jayashankar indicated that the situation would be discussed. However, he did not open his mouth about what could be discussed.

Jayashankar said the Indo-China border dispute is not new, it has a long history. Currently this situation has become more critical. Opposition groups called for the beleagured PM to resign. Opposition groups called for the beleagured PM to resign, saying the Red Army was occupying Indian territory in the Galwan Valley. The Prime Minister once said in reply that the Chinese army had never entered Indian territory. So, the question began to arise as to how 20 soldiers were martyred.

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The Chinese army launched a new offensive in September amid attempts to restore stability through talks at the diplomatic and diplomatic levels. The jawans prevented the intrusion into Indian territory. In this incident, the diplomatic relations between the two countries came to a standstill.

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