‘Conflicts and controversial statements will be avoided’: hotline established, India and China reach agreement

Stand out:

  • India and China established the hotline.
  • India says the move is part of strengthening ties.
  • The hotline was established on August 1.

New Delhi: India and China have established a direct line in North Sikkim to strengthen ties between the two countries. The hotline was established by the Indian Army and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) as part of efforts to avoid clashes along the Line of Control.

The decision is part of the real line of control to avoid conflict and improve mutual trust and friendly relations. And may peace and tranquility be brought to the border
The Indian Army said in a statement. The hotline was established on August 1, Chinese Military Day, to bring peace and quiet to the border.

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High-level talks with the commander-in-chief between India and China were held at the military and government levels as part of restoring peace on the border. The hotline system will help maintain peace and quiet along these hotline borders in different regions.

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Relations between the two countries were disrupted in June 2020 when clashes broke out between Indian troops in the Galwal Valley. The commander-in-chief continues discussions to resolve the border problem. Talks of the commander-in-chief of the twelfth round began in recent days. Both countries decided not to make provocative statements.

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