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Situation along borders with China under control: Army chief

Dehradun: Military chief Basic M M Naravane on Saturday stated the whole lot was underneath management on the nation’s borders with China and expressed hope that the continued dialogue will settle all of the perceived variations between the 2 nations.

“I would like to assure everyone that the entire situation along our borders with China is under control. We are having a series of talks which started with Corps Commander level talks which was followed up with meetings at the local level between commanders of equivalent ranks,” Naravane informed reporters on the sidelines of the Indian Navy Academy’s Passing Out Parade right here.

He stated the continued dialogue will kind out all of the perceived variations between the 2 nations.

“As a result a lot of disengagement has taken place and we are hopeful that through the continued dialogue that we are having, all perceived differences that we (India and China) have will be set to rest,” the Military chief stated.

He stated either side have begun to disengage in a phased method and the method has began from the north.

“Both sides are disengaging in a phased manner. We have started from the north, from the area of the Galwan river where a lot of disengagement has taken place. It has been a very fruitful dialogue that we have had. And as I said it will go on and the situation will improve as we go on,” he stated.

Replying to a query on Nepal, which has revised its map exhibiting Lipulekh as Nepalese territory, he stated India has all the time had sturdy ties with Nepal and they’re going to stay sturdy in future.

“We have a very strong relationship with Nepal. We have geographical, cultural, historical, religious linkages. We have very strong people-to-people connect. Our relation with them has always been strong and will remain strong in the future,” added the Military chief.


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