USA closely monitoring the border clash of India and ChinaTop Stories

December 15, 2022 20:30
USA closely monitoring the border clash of India and China

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After years of calmness, the fights broke out at the border of the Arunachal Pradesh between the troops of India and China. Two days after the incident, there was peace at the border after both the nations compromised on the issue. The United States of America has been closely monitoring the situation after the recnt clash at the Tawang sector near Arunachal Pradesh. USA said that both India and China should use their existing bilateral mechanism to discuss about the border issues. "We are glad that the military disengagement took place between the troops of India and China after the incident" told USA. Both USA and India have inked deals and partnerships on several things.

White House Spokesperson Ms Karine Jean-Pierre said "We are glad to hear that the troops got disengaged very soon. We will encourage India and China to use the bilateral channels to discuss about the disputes and the boundaries. We are glad that there are no clashes for now". A joint stament was issued following the 19th meeting of the India and USA Counter Terrorism Joint Working Grroup and the fifth session of the India and USA Designations Dialogue that ended up recently. The opposition parties including Congress walked out of the Parliament houses yesterday after the clash between India and China at the border. The opposition said that the Chinese forces are quite aggressive. Several opposition leaders moved adjounrment notices and they were not allowed after which they walked out of the houses.

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