India-China ties News
India-China Border Dispute: In a section on the China-India border, the Pentagon said throughout 2021, the PLA sustained the deployment of forces and continued infrastructure build-up along the LAC. Negotiation made minimal progress as both sides resist losing perceived advantages on the border, it said.
Bilateral ties should be based on ‘three mutuals’ of respect, sensitivity and interest Jaishankar stressed on early resolution of all outstanding issues along LAC in Eastern Ladakh along with early return of students to China Jaishankar reaffirmed the importance of 'fully abiding' by bilateral agreements and protocols, and the understandings reached between him and Wang in their previous conversations
India-China ties are profoundly disturbed, EAM S Jaishankar has said Ties between the two countries have deteriorated significantly in the last one year due to the build-up by China at the LAC in Eastern Ladakh. The Galwan incident, in which 20 Indian soldiers died due to aggressive Chinese actions, further impacted the ties
After wrapping up his 24-hour visit to India, Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday called for a long-term plan for development of India-China relations and said, "To achieve Dragon and Elephant Dance is the only correct choice for China and India, which is in the fundamental interests of both countries and their peoples."
As per sources, the structure of informal meeting between PM Modi and President Xi would be similar to the first informal summit between them in April 2018 in Wuhan. The objective of the meeting is likely to be the exchange of views on regional and global issues, finding a broad pathway on bilateral relations, and discussing ways to build better connections between the two countries.