China News Agency, Beijing, September 29 (Reporter Li Chun) The Chinese Ministry of National Defense held a regular press conference on the 29th. Spokesman Tan Kefei pointed out that the front-line troops of the Ghana Daban of China and India have also planned to organize disengagement in the near future. Conducive to promoting peace and tranquility in border areas.
A reporter asked, according to reports, the front-line troops of China and India in Ganandaban have disengaged.
Some analysts believe that this is conducive to the relaxation of relations between the two countries.
Does the spokesperson have any comments?
Tan Kefei pointed out that according to the consensus reached in the 16th round of commander-level talks between China and India, the front-line troops of the two sides in Ganandaban have planned to disengage in the near future.
This is the result achieved by the two sides in resolving relevant border issues through consultations and negotiations at all levels of diplomacy and military, and is conducive to promoting peace and tranquility in the border areas.
"We hope that the two sides will continue to meet each other halfway, starting from the overall situation of maintaining the relationship between the two countries and the two militaries, strictly abide by the agreements and consensus reached between the two countries, maintain communication and dialogue, effectively manage and control differences, and jointly maintain the security and stability of the border areas." the spokesman said.