The Chinese army told the retreat from Gogra-Hot Springs as a step to promote peace, said – both the countries will work together

The Chinese Army has termed the Indian Army and its decision to withdraw from the ‘Patrolling Point’ (PP)-15 ​​of Gogra-Hot Springs in eastern Ladakh as a move to promote peace. The Chinese army further said, as agreed in the 16th round of the Sino-India Corps Commander-Level Meeting, troops of both the armies deployed along the border in the Xian’an Daban area recently began a planned simultaneous retreat. The Chinese military calls PP 15 Xian Daban in the Gogra-Hot Springs area.

Chinese Defense Spokesperson Senior Colonel Tan Kefei has said that this is a result of discussions by the two sides at the diplomatic and military level, and to resolve relevant border issues through dialogue at all levels. This is a favorable step to promote peace in the border area.

Hope both sides work together

He said that China hopes that the two sides will continue to work together in the same direction, and in doing so, they will take into account the overall interests of bilateral relations between the two countries and the armies, and strictly adhere to the agreements and consensus reached between the two countries. will follow.

hope to maintain communication

At the same time, he expressed hope that the two countries will maintain dialogue, effectively resolve differences and jointly protect security and stability in the border areas. India has consistently maintained that maintaining peace along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) is important for the overall development of bilateral relations. To resolve the standoff, the two armies held 16 rounds of Corps Commander level talks.

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