Tensions between Chinese and Indian Military flare up at Ladakh Border yet again
Beijing: Tension between two nuclear-armed countries have again flared up as China has accused Indian troops of seriously violating its territorial sovereignty at Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Laddakh region.
The Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said that the Indian operation staged on Monday is clear violation of agreement between both countries.
Beijing has urged New Delhi to withdraw its forces, adding that India has destroyed peace in the border area.
The spokesperson maintained that China did not committed any violations and urged India stop provocative military movement.
She clarified that Chinas has never initiated any war or tension in 70 years.
On the other hand, former counselor for Chisal said that Indian position at LAC has weakened.
Army officials of both sides are in talks to resolve the latest dispute that held around two months after 20 Indian soldiers were killed during a fighting with Chinese troops in Ladakh's Galwan Valley.