Τετάρτη, 9 Αυγούστου 2017

India Continues to Violate China’s Sovereignty in Donglang : FM

Doklam Plateau
With 53 Personnel and a bulldozer staying illegally in Chinese Territory, India continues to seriously violate China’s sovereignty, a spokesperson of the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement Wednesday.

"As of August 7, India still has 53 Personnel and one bulldozer staying illegally in Chinese Territory. China want to stress that India must withdraw all of its personnel and equipment to the Indian side of the border. No matter how many Indian soldiers remain in Chinese territory, it is still a serious violation of China’s sovereignty," the statement, as quoted by the Overseas Edition of People’s Daily Newspaper, said.

Chinese Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi said on July 25 that India must pull its military units back from Chinese territory in Donglang at the Indian-Chinese border near the state of Sikkim to deescalate tensions.

India and China have been locked in a border standoff since mid-June. The confrontation occurred after Indian troops blocked the construction of a road carried out by China in the disputed area of Donglang, where Delhi supports Bhutan’s territorial claims.
  (Sputnik)
9/8/17
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