Monday, 24 January 2022



LATEST NEWS BJP’s Central Government is forcing the ED to arrest Delhi Cabinet Minister Satyendar Jain ahead of Punjab Elections : Arvind Kejriwal Even after complaint, why did Rahul and Sonia Gandhi not take any action against CM Channi? - Raghav Chadha 1,000 youth will be imparted training in adventure sports : Manohar Lal Khattar Want Jhulan Goswami to be at her peak when the World Cup starts: Ramesh Powar Rashmika Mandanna unveils teaser of Priyamani's next film Important that one of the top-order batters bats through the innings: Mithali Raj Omicron now in 171 countries, will soon replace Delta globally: WHO Vice President Venkaiah Naidu tests positive for Covid-19 Janneman Malan and Fatima Sana named as ICC's Emerging Players of the Year for 2021 PV Sindhu clinches Syed Modi International title, beats Malvika Bansod Tiger Shroff recalls romancing the mic with his first single 'Unbelievable' Rupert Grint wants to be like the Gallagher brothers Republic Day parade : Army to display how uniform, arms evolved over decades Director C.S. Amudhan's film with Vijay Antony titled 'Ratham' Cancer treatment may inhibit immune response to Covid vax Australian Open: Shapovalov gets past No. 3 Zverev; sets up Rafa clash in quarters Shilpa Shetty's rapping skills shock Badshah Sussanne Khan joins ex-husband Hrithik for his sister's birthday 'Ripupbury' will be horror-comedy set in rural backdrop: Director Arun Karthik After Warner, Suresh Raina now dances to Allu Arjun's 'Srivalli' Camila Cabello visits adult shop after Shawn Mendes split


India, China agree to maintain border tranquility

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

Johannesburg (South Africa) , 27 Jul 2018

India and China reiterated their commitment to maintain peace and tranquility along their border by enhancing communications between their militaries during a meeting between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the annual BRICS Summit here."Both leaders have reaffirmed once again their readiness to give their militaries the necessary directions to enhance communications between them and to maintain peace and tranquility in the border areas," Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said at a media briefing here on Thursday evening.Indian and Chinese troops were in a face-off position for over two months on the Doklam plateau at the India-Bhutan-China tri-junction last year.The stand-off began in June when Indian troops stalled a road building by the Chinese Army in the area, citing the disputed status of the region and its close proximity to India's artery in the northeast.New Delhi objected to Chinese road building in Doklam because of the disputed status and its proximity to the Siliguri Corridor which links India's northeast to the rest of the country.

The stand-off ended in August after both sides retreated from the point of the face-off.Thursday's meeting was the third between Modi and Xi after their informal meeting in Wuhan, China, in April initiated by Xi, and on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Summit (SCO) last month.During the Wuhan meet, both Modi and Xi pledged to keep the India-China border quiet and personally guide their respective armies to avert a Doklam-like military stand-off in future.According to Gokhale, during the meeting in Johannesburg, both sides saw "forward movement in the sense of delegations going to have specific talks on imports by China".He said that a delegation representing the Indian pharmaceutical industry will visit China on August 21-22.Beijing had given approval to import of generic Indian cancer-treatment drugs earlier this year."In addition, a number of Indian mills in the non-Basmati rice sector have been cleared by a Chinese delegation on the grounds of phyosanitary and quarantine requirement," the Indian Foreign Secretary said.Following the Modi-Xi meeting in Qingdao, the 2006 Protocol on phytosanitary requirements for exporting rice from India to China was amended to include the export of non-Basmati varieties of rice from India.Gokhale described the bilateral meeting as "very productive"."The two leaders will meet again on the margins of the G20 Summit in Argentina at the end of this year," he added.Modi and Xi earlier in the day participated in the 10th BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) Summit here.


Tags: Narendra Modi , Xi Jinping



related news




Photo Gallery



Video Gallery



5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2022 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD