India’s response to Trump – no need for mediation, talking to China to resolve peace issue
India has now reacted to the offer of US President Donald Trump. The Foreign Ministry has said that no third party intervention is needed. We are in contact with China to resolve the issue peacefully.
US President Donald Trump had offered mediation on Wednesday on the border dispute between India and China. India has now reacted to the offer of the US President. The Foreign Ministry has said that no third party intervention is needed. We are in contact with China to resolve the issue peacefully.
Donald Trump on Wednesday tweeted that the US is ready to mediate on the issue of a border dispute between India and China. Donald Trump said that we have informed both India and China that if they want, the US is ready to mediate in the border dispute.
Let us know that US President Donald Trump also offered to mediate to reduce the tension between India and Pakistan last year. Even then India had said that Kashmir is a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan. There is no need to interfere with any third party.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava also spoke about the current relationship with Nepal and China. He said in the press conference that India and Nepal have deep relations.
Even during the Corona epidemic, we have ensured trade without a license. We are monitoring the situation in Nepal on the border issue. He said that India has always been open to all neighbors keeping in mind mutual understanding and sensitivity.
On the LAC deadlock from China, he said that our soldiers have taken a very responsible attitude towards border management. Our troops have strictly followed the protocol established by both sides.
Anurag Shrivastava said that our armed forces sincerely follow the guidance provided by our leadership. At the same time, we will protect our sovereignty and territorial integrity.
What is the dispute with Nepal
Actually, the new political map was released by the Government of Nepal, which also includes Kalapani, Lipulekh, and Limpiyadhura of India. This revised map of Nepal was released by the Ministry of Land Resources at the meeting of Nepal Cabinet. India had strongly objected to this.
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To add the new map to the constitution of the country, a proposal for a constitutional amendment was to be made in Parliament on Wednesday. But the Government of Nepal on one occasion removed the proceedings of the Constitution amendment from the agenda of the Parliament.
Dispute with China
Chinese soldiers and Indian soldiers have been face to face in Ladakh since the beginning of this month. There have been reports of increasing the number of troops and building a base from China. On 6-7 May.
There was a skirmish in the Pengyong Lake area while monitoring the border between the troops of China and India. Since then, there has been constant tension on the eastern Ladakh border.