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Willing to support enhanced dialogue between frontier troops on both sides: China

Willing to support enhanced dialogue between frontier troops on both sides: China

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Beijing [China], September 11 (ANI): After a long discussion between Indian and Chinese foreign ministers on the sidelines of SCO meeting in Moscow, Beijing has issued a statement in which it said, "China is willing to support enhanced dialogue between the frontier troops on both sides to resolve specific issues".
"Wang outlined China's stern position on the situation in border areas, emphasising that the imperative is to immediately stop provocation such as firing and other dangerous situations that violate the commitments made by the two sides," according to a press statement by the Chinese Foreign Ministry.
"It is also important to move back all personnel and equipment that have trespassed. The frontier troops must quickly disengage so that situation may de-escalate," the statement further said
China further emphasised that it is willing to support enhanced dialogue between the frontier troops on both sides to resolve specific issues.
The statement said, "The Chinese side will stay in touch with the Indian side through diplomatic and military channels and be committed to restoring peace and tranquillity in the border areas.
After a two-hour-long meeting between Indian and Chinese foreign ministers in Moscow, the two sides have reached a five-point consensus regarding the current situation after a full in-depth discussion says a statement issued by the Chinese Foreign Ministry.
The statement issued by China after talks also highlighted points made by the Indian side.
"The Indian side does not consider the development of India-China relations to be dependent on the settlement of the boundary question and India does not want to go backwards. The Indian side is prepared to work with China to ease tension on the border through dialogue and negotiation and to restore and maintain peace and tranquillity in the border areas," said the Chinese Foreign Ministry. (ANI)

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