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China’s instructions, India should take control their soldiers deployed on the border.


China adheres to the agreed agreements to maintain the advice, peace and stability of New Delhi.
Beijing: India should “strictly control” its troops deployed on the border. To maintain peace and stability on the border, the agreements set out must be followed. The Chinese army on Thursday advised New Delhi to resolve the issue of resolving the issue of Doklam, the main international military cooperation achievement of the year.

Chinese army spokesman Colonel Ren Gueqiang highlighted the international military cooperation of his country in 2017. He said that the Chinese army has solved many issues this year easily. One of these was also a sensitive issue like Doklam.

Colonel Ren told reporters here, “This year, under the joint deployment, the Chinese army has firmly protected national security interests and sovereignty.” In response to a question, Ren said that the issues like ‘Doklam’ on the India-China border were dealt with properly by our country’s army. Apart from this, the South China Sea also worked for national security interests.

After the encroachment of the People’s Liberation Army on the Dokalam Plateau situated on Sikkim, China and Bhutan border, on 16th June the circumventions between the two countries were formed. China had started constructing the road in this area. He had claimed his claim on this area of ​​Bhutan. The Indian Army had objected to this. After stopping the construction of China, the stalemate ended on 28 August with mutual consent between the two countries. From Jammu and Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh, India has 3,488 kms of actual border line with China.