New Delhi, July 06: Amid the ongoing confrontation with China, Prime Minister Narendra modi called on the President of India, RAM Nath Kovind.
The Prime Minister informed Kovind on various issues of national and international importance. Prime Minister meeting with the President came two days after his visit to Ladakh, towards the place of confrontation between Indian and Chinese armies.
Sources tell OneIndia that the Prime Minister briefed the President about his trip to Ladakh and the situation along the line of actual control. Prime Minister modi also spoke about the unprovoked violation of the cease-fire by the Pakistani army along the line of control.
Military assertiveness among the Chinese Line of actual control and other countries were also part of the discussions between the Prime Minister and the President.
Even if the tensions continue to grow with China, India had kept their diplomatic channels open. Talks between Minister of external Affairs, S Jaishankar and US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo kept secret for reasons of a strategic nature.
The United States representative said, “We are closely monitoring the situation between Indian and Chinese troops along the line of actual control. We note, the Indian military announced that 20 soldiers have died, and we extend our condolences to their families. India and China expressed the desire of de-escalation, and we support a peaceful resolution of the situation.”
There is a massive global support for India in the midst of a confrontation with China.
Japan was the last to join the international community in providing support to India.
The Ambassador of Japan said Friday that he hoped for a peaceful settlement through dialogue. Japan opposes any unilateral attempts to change the status quo, Ambassador, Satoshi Suzuki on Twitter. Japan itself involved in a row with the Chinese in relation to the Senkaku Islands.
China’s aggressive stance on the Indo-Chinese border is suitable with a large pattern of Chinese aggression in other parts of the world, and these actions only confirm the true nature of the Communist party of China (CPC),” the White house said on Wednesday.
U.S. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo also welcomed the decision of India banning Chinese mobile applications.
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