China responds to America on allegations of military infrastructure on LAC – do not speak without facts

China responds to America on allegations of military infrastructure on LAC – do not speak without facts

China Over LAC: Wang Xiao Jin, spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in India, said that the situation regarding the border dispute between India and China is normal. Both sides have kept improving relations through mutual agreement and dialogue. America had commented on the border dispute between India and China, after which China said this while replying to America.

While issuing a press release after the question raised on the India-China border dispute, Wang Xiao Jin, spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in India, said that we have discussed the border dispute in a diplomatic manner. China also said that by resolving the border dispute, we have tried to normalize the situation by responding immediately.

America raised the question

Recently, the US while targeting China on the India-China dispute said that China is continuously deploying a large number of its troops near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and preparing military infrastructure. Refuting the allegations made by the US State Department, the spokesperson said in the statement, “The US State Department official has made a statement regarding the China-India border issue without any basis of facts.” Accusations have been made against China.

China opposes it

The Chinese side strongly opposes such actions that a third country without consideration points fingers at a bilateral issue between two countries. The border dispute is a matter between China and India. Both the sides have tried to resolve the issue through dialogue and consultation. We hope that the United States can do more things that contribute to regional peace and stability. Earlier, in December last month, the US Defense Department had said that it was closely monitoring the developments on the Line of Actual Control on the India-China border.

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