China and India have negotiated to calmly manage their boundary clashes in the Himalayas via the military channel and diplomatic.
On Sunday, the foreign ministry of India described in a statement while negotiating bilateral talks between two nations that both countries agreed to calmly solve the condition in the border regions in accordance with several bilateral deals and keeping in mind the deal between the leaders that tranquility and peace in the China-India border area is crucial for the whole development off bilateral relations.
India and China have agreed to peacefully settle their border tensions in the Himalayas through diplomatic and military channels, New Delhi says. https://t.co/8Jo6t5reBx
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Border tensions from both sides and soldiers in standoff condition
Since the previous month, a significant number of soldiers from both countries have been sealed in a standstill in the remote area of Ladakh. India is making a planned road via the Galwan Valley in Ladakh and joining the area to an airstrip, reported by Associated Press, the action opposed by China.
On Saturday, both counties military commanders met in a village in Chushul, which is a village in Ladakh, near to the border. Moreover, the Indian military said that the conference took place in a positive and cordial atmosphere; on the other side, China didn’t respond quickly. Besides this, Beijing, in several occasions, described the border condition is controllable and stable.
On Monday, Akhil Bery, South Asian analyst to Eurasia Group, said that both sides did not want to accelerate tensions on the border. Furthermore, he said to a media outlet that after China and India war in 1962, there was only a single death in 1975, at the LAC (Line of Actual Control) that defines both nation’s regional claims.
Bery continued that India has begun making more infrastructure on its own side of the border, which caused annoyed China. He also said that another problem is that when India overruled the Article 370, which erased the state of Jammu and Kashmir’s particular status, and Amit Shah, Home Minister of India, said that India supposes Aksai Chin a region of its own territory.
India lack military and economic power as compared to China, analysts say
Several analysts described that India doesn’t acquire the military and economic power to adopt anti-China stance and follow the United States. Furthermore, especially when we discuss military front, then we came to know that New Delhi, India, has several catching up to make because India had not invested as much as China made, Bery said.
Although India acquires many other diplomatic choices to sustain the pressure on China by choosing allies such as Japan, Australia, and most importantly, the United States.