External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Saturday that peace and tranquility on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) has been severely disrupted and is apparently affecting the entire relationship between India and China. . Jaishankar made these statements against the backdrop of the border standoff between India and China in East Ladakh for more than five months where each side has deployed more than 50,000 troops.
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said – India, China, severely disturbed relations with skirmishes along the border
Jaishankar, in a webinar organized on his book ‘The India Way’, said in the historical perspective of the development of relations between the two neighboring countries in the last three decades, the question of China-India border is a very complex and difficult subject. The External Affairs Minister said that India-China relations are in a ‘very difficult’ phase which has been normal since the late 1980s through trade, travel, tourism and social activities based on peace along the border.
Jaishankar said, “It is not our stand that we should solve the boundary question.” We understand that this is a very complex and difficult subject. There have been many conversations at different levels. This is a very high line for a relationship. ”
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He said, “I am talking about a more fundamental line and that the LAC should remain in peace in the border areas and this has been the situation since the late 1980s.” Jaishankar has said the border in East Ladakh. Referring to the situation, said, “Now if peace and peace are deeply disrupted, then the relationship will obviously be affected and this is what we are looking for.”
The External Affairs Minister said that China and India are emerging and they are accepting a ‘more big’ role in the world, but the ‘big question’ is how both countries can achieve a ‘Samyukta’. He said, “This is the fundamental thing that I have focused on in the book.” Jaishankar said that he had completed the manuscript of the book in April before the border dispute started in eastern Ladakh.
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