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China on Monday mentioned its troops have been dedicated to sustaining peace alongside the disputed border with India hours after stories in Indian media mentioned troopers from each side had clashed close to the Line of Precise Management (LAC) within the Naku La space of Sikkim.

A ‘minor face-off’ happened between Indian and Chinese language troopers in Naku La space of North Sikkim on January 20 this 12 months and the identical was resolved by native commanders as per established protocols, the Indian Military mentioned in a press release on Monday.

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Indian Military later mentioned in a press release: “It is clarified that there was a minor face-off between Indian Military & Chinese language PLA troops at Naku La, Sikkim on twentieth January. It was resolved by native commanders as per established protocols.”

The Chinese language overseas ministry declined to verify or deny the most recent conflict between the border troops through the common ministry briefing on Monday.

“On the particular (incident) you talked about, I don’t have any data to supply. I want to stress although the Chinese language border troops are dedicated to upholding peace and tranquility alongside the border with India,” Zhao Lijian, ministry spokesperson, mentioned.

The stories come shut on the heels of the conclusion of the 9th spherical of military-level talks between the 2 nations. The talks which began on Sunday morning continued for about 17 hours and ended at 2:30 am on Monday.

Latest India-China skirmishes:

Final 12 months, whereas the world as coping with the Covid-19 pandemic, Chinese language troops tried an infiltration bid on 15 June 2020, after which there was a violent conflict within the Galwan Valley. 20 Indian troopers have been killed within the conflict. Even then China had not launched any figures of casualties of its troopers.

On 29-30 August 2020, there was a conflict once more between India and China south of Pangong Tso Lake Indian Military mentioned that it had thwarted ‘provocative navy actions’ from China whose military had intruded into the southern financial institution of the Pangong Tso lake in jap Ladakh.

India and China are locked in an eight-month-long bitter border standoff in jap Ladakh that has considerably strained their ties. Either side held a sequence of diplomatic and navy talks to resolve the row. Nevertheless, no breakthrough has been achieved to finish the standoff.

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