China is constantly sitting on the LAC to infiltrate. Chinese President Xi Jinping has met his soldiers on the border. After this the US said that India should keep a close watch.
Chinese President Xi Jinping India-China border Met the soldiers of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) stationed at Be it the Army Chief of India or Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, both had recently visited the border adjacent to Arunachal and boosted the morale of their soldiers. Jinping He felt that if he did not do this, his soldiers would be demoralized. But his trick backfired. America said that it opposes any kind of unilateral effort and intrusion in LAC.
America has repeatedly stopped China for its antics in LAC. Chinese President Xi Jinping, after meeting the soldiers deployed on LAC, made one thing clear that he is not willing to withdraw the army from here. With this, America has said that if any unilateral action takes place, it should be immediately investigated and fought firmly.
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America is keeping an eye on the situation
America’s deputy press spokesperson Vedant Patel said this in a regular press conference. He said on the current situation between the two countries that he is closely monitoring. Patel said that we strongly oppose any unilateral attempt to advance territorial claims, by military or civilian, across the border or along the Line of Actual Control. Patel said that America appeals to India and China to discuss their disputed points and find a solution.
America is a strong partner of India
Patel said that India is an important partner of choice for the United States in many places. It also includes trade cooperation, security cooperation and technical cooperation. A day earlier, GOC-in-C, Eastern Command, Lt Gen RP Kalita said the situation along the eastern border with China is ‘stable’ but cannot be predicted due to undefined perceptions about the border.
Clear message from Eastern Command
Eastern Command is responsible for monitoring the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim sector. Lt Gen Kalita also said that the Army is constantly monitoring activities across the border and is fully prepared to deal with any emerging challenge. The whole problem, he said, stems from the fact that the border between India and China is undefined. There are different perceptions about the Line of Actual Control, which creates problems. He said, ‘However, I assure you that the situation on the eastern border in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh is stable, but it is not predictable and the reason for this is that the boundaries are not fixed.’