Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said if India is hurt, the country will spare no one. In 2020, the Indochinese conflict escalated over the disputed Aksai Chin region. Following negotiations last year, the parties withdrew their troops from the border.
“I cannot openly say that they (the Indian soldiers.— “B”) has made and what decisions we (Government.— “B”). But I can certainly say that (to China.— “B”) a message has come out that India will spare no one if India suffers,” an Indian broadcaster reports. NDTV words of Mr. Singh during the India-US Ministerial meeting in 2+2 format in Washington.
Due to the lack of a demarcated border in the Himalayas, tensions between China and India have been going on for decades. In 1959, India announced that China had become part of the state of Arunachal Pradesh. In 1962, as a result of an armed conflict, the territories belonging to India in the regions of Ladakh and Aksai Chin passed to China.
The escalation of the Indochinese conflict took place in May 2020 on the Ladakh border. As a result of the fighting, 20 Indian soldiers were killed, the number of dead Chinese soldiers could not be established.
Together, India and China have held 15 rounds of military and diplomatic talks. As a result, in 2021 the parties withdrew their troops from the border line.
How the arrangement of the Chinese army on the border with India disrupted the normalization of relations between the two countries – in the publication “Kommersant”.
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