“China has demarcated boundary with 12 of its 14 neighboring countries through peaceful negotiations,” spokesperson for the Chinese embassy in India mentioned in response to PM Modi’s speech in Ladakh.
[REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE] A flag of the Communist Party of China atop the Great Wall (Photo Credits: Reuters)
Spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in India has issued an announcement in response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech throughout his visit to Ladakh on Friday.
In a tweet, Chinese embassy spokesperson Ju Rong mentioned, “#China has demarcated boundary with 12 of its 14 neighboring countries through peaceful negotiations, turning land borders into bonds of friendly cooperation. It’s groundless to view China as “expansionist”, exaggerate & fabricate its disputes with neighbours.”
#China has demarcated boundary with 12 of its 14 neighboring international locations by peaceable negotiations, turning land borders into bonds of pleasant cooperation. It’s groundless to view China as “expansionist”, exaggerate & fabricate its disputes with neighbours.
— Ji Rong (@ChinaSpox_India) July 3, 2020
Amid a navy standoff between India and China alongside the Line of Actual Control (LAC), Prime Minister Narendra Modi inspected ahead positions at Leh’s Nemu sector in Ladakh. He was accompanied by Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat and Chief of Army Staff General MM Navarane.
During his visit, PM Modi whereas addressing jawans mentioned, “The age of expansionism is over. The world has moved on the path of development. The expansionist forces have ruined the world in the last century. But they have either been defeated or forgotten in history.”
The Prime Minister additionally lauded the bravery of the Indian Army as he mentioned, “Our enemies have seen your fire and fury. This land in Ladakh is India’s crown. It has given several brave hearts to the nation.”
Earlier, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh was scheduled to visit Ladakh on Friday. However, the journey was rescheduled and CDS General Bipin Rawat was anticipated to visit on behalf of the Defence Minister. It was solely on Friday morning that reviews confirmed the presence of PM Narendra Modi in Nemu sector.
After he addressed jawans in Nemu, PM Modi additionally visited recovering troopers injured in the course of the Galwan Valley face-off with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on June 15. “Your bravery and courage will inspire the next generation,” the Prime Minister advised recovering jawans.