China asks India learn lessons from past border’s violation

China on Monday asked India to learn lessons from the past border’s violation to ensure peace and stability in the region.

BEIJING, (Pakistan Point News - 15th Jan, 2018) : China on Monday asked India to learn lessons from the past border’s violation to ensure peace and stability in the region. Commenting on Indian Army Chief of Staff Lavat’s press statement that ‘although China is a strong country, India is not a weak country’, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang pointed out that the Indian army illegally crossed the border last year and should avoid to do so in future.

The spokesperson reiterated that Dongliang area belongs to China and has always been under the effective jurisdiction of China, there is no dispute to this effect. The stationed patrols by the Chinese frontier security forces in the turbulent areas are based on the stipulations of historical treaties and exercise China's own sovereign rights and safeguard its territorial sovereignty, he added.

The spokesperson recalled that the Sino-Indian border Sikkim section has been demarcated by the history. China will continue to exercise its sovereignty rights in the Donglang area in accordance with the stipulations of historical conventions and will unswervingly safeguard its territorial sovereignty.

“We demand that the Indian military conscientiously learn from the lessons, abide by historical boundaries, effectively maintain peace and stability in the border areas and create a good atmosphere for the positive development of the relations between the two countries.

” If the senior Indian military official refers to this particular area of the Chinese territory, China believes that India is well aware of this position.

Lu Kang hoped India could learn from it and avoid the recurrence of some incidents that took place last year.

In the past year, Sino-Indian relations have experienced some ups and downs. During the meeting between leaders of the BRICS countries in Xiamen last September, the leaders of the two countries reached an important consensus on properly controlling the dispute and pushing China-India relations back to a healthy and stable development.

The spokesperson said, the non-constructive speech of the high-ranking Indian military official not only contradicted the important consensus reached between the leaders of the two countries but also pushed forward by both sides The inconsistent efforts to improve development between China and India will not help the two sides jointly maintain peace and tranquility in the border areas.

Lu Kang further said, the remark made by the top Indian military official you mentioned is inconsistent with the spirit of the important consensus reached by the leaders of the two countries and the current efforts of both China and India to improve The general trend of the relations between the two parties and the promotion of strategic cooperation is also incompatible.

We believe such remarks are not conducive to the joint efforts of the two countries to maintain peace and stability across the border and to India itself, he added.

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