Srinagar,02 April (CNI):Claiming that the border emergency between India and China is over,the Chinese ambassador has said that China wants to establish better relations with India and China has started activities at the diplomatic level to increase mutual proximity,adding that complete peace has been established in Ladakh and other border areas.
According to Current News of India (CNI) ,the earlier situation of “emergency control”on the India-China border is a thing of the past, and overall it is currently stable,a senior Chinese diplomat said here.
While talking to reporters,Minister Counsellor of the Chinese Embassy in India,Chen Jianjun said the two Asian companies are continuing to communicate through diplomatic and military channels, promoting a transition of the border situation to”normal management and control”.
He said the current border situation is overall stable,adding that On December 9,a clash between Indian and Chinese troops took place along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang sector,resulting in minor injuries of a few personnel from both sides.
India-China relations have significantly deteriorated since the deadly clash in the Galwan Valley in June 2020,which led to tensions between the two neighbours. marked the most serious military conflict in decades.
The Chinese side has always viewed and handled China-India relations from a strategic and long-term perspective. Although the relationship faces some difficulties,China’s position has never wavered and we have been committed to pushing it back on the track of healthy and steady development,”Jianjun said.
Adding that the two countries could draw strength from their ancient civilisations, and share oriental wisdom with the world, so as to jointly maintain the stability of the international order.
Jianjun said China supports India in fulfilling its role during its presidency of G20 and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).
“China and India’s bilateral trade continues to grow.Cultural, scientific, technological,educational and other people-to-people exchanges and cooperation resume in an orderly manner,” he said.
The diplomat said China and India share similar positions on many regional and international issues,and have extensive common interests in South-South cooperation,development and poverty reduction,climate change and energy security.
“In a world intertwined with changes and chaos,China and India could speak out loud for more institutional rights of developing countries.The two countries working together will bear on the future of Asia and beyond,”he added.(CNI)