"negotiations Are Confidential, I Don't Want To Speculate," He Said

“Negotiations are confidential, I don’t want to speculate,” he said of China’s border standoff.

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Asked about the situation in Tibet and the development along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Jayashankar said, “I don’t think we should consider other issues that have anything to do with the current situation in Ladakh.” – Don’t give up. “

Indo-China border stand-off: Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar (Foreign Minister S Jayashankar) said on Thursday that India and China are in talks to resolve the border dispute and it is a confidential matter between the two countries. Asked specifically about the outcome of the ongoing talks with China during an online conference, the foreign minister said, “Negotiations are ongoing and this work is ongoing.” When asked about the Bloomberg India Economic Forum’s clear border position, he said when he left, “Negotiations are ongoing and it is a confidential matter between the two countries.” He said, “I can’t say too much in public. I certainly don’t want to make any assumptions in advance.

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Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir are an integral part of India, China has no right to comment: India

Asked about the situation in Tibet and the development along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Jayashankar said, “I don’t think we should consider other issues that have anything to do with the current situation in Ladakh.” “Don’t give up.” He said relations between India and China have improved since 1993 when a number of agreements were signed to maintain peace on the border.

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“Over the last 30 years, we have built peace-based relations along the border,” he said. Jayashankar said that if the peace environment is not ensured and the agreement that is signed is not followed, it is the “primary cause of disruption”. It is noteworthy that there is a military standoff between India and China in East Ladakh for about five months.

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India informed China that Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir were an integral part of India

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