Fighter aircraft should not fly for 10 km on either side of the LAC
On August 2, in the military talks, the Indian delegation protested against the flying activities of fighter jets from China and lodged an objection. In this dialogue also, the need for necessary measures to restore mutual trust was emphasized.
China’s J-11 fighter plane took off near the LAC in June. (Photo Credit: News Nation)
- Effect of S Jaishankar and Wang’s meeting in G20 meeting
- Special level military talks between the two countries on August 2
- Bharti raised objection to the flight of Chinese fighter planes on LAC
Eastern in May 2020 Ladakh In Pangong Lake Indian Army and China near People’s Liberation Army (PLA) After the violent clash between the soldiers of the two countries, the standoff which started between the two countries is still not completely over. Meanwhile, several rounds of talks at the military commander level, including diplomatic ones, have also taken place to resolve the disputed issues. Despite the efforts to melt the ice on the relationship, the dragon still Line of Actual Control (LAC)But provocative action is not deterred. Not only is he doing civilian construction along the border with India, but his fighter planes are also flying near the LAC. In this episode, in the special level military talks held on 2 August China Expressing strong objection to this provocative action, the Indian side has made Dragon aware of its concerns regarding border security. In the conversation held in Chushul-Moldo in Eastern Ladakh India It also insisted not to fly in the 10 km airspace on either side of the LAC.
Chinese J-11 flew near LAC in June
It is worth noting that in the last week of June, the Chinese J-11 fighter aircraft flew near the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh. In response to this, the Indian Air Force also started retaliation and conducted flight activities of jet fighters on the Indian border near LAC. In this episode, in the military talks on August 2, the Indian delegation protested against the flying activities of fighter planes from China and lodged an objection. In this dialogue also, the need for necessary measures to restore mutual trust was emphasized. It is worth noting that even before this, agreement could not be reached on many disputed points. However, the soldiers of the India-China army had retreated from many points. After this many level talks could not resolve the disputed issues. However, both sides agreed to continue the talks for mutual confidence building.
Special military level talks after the meeting of foreign ministers
Corps commander level talks were also held between the two countries last month, which did not achieve the expected results. After this, the issue of disputed issues of LAC again arose in the meeting with Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Bali. According to a source familiar with the development, in this one-hour meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Foreign Ministers’ Conference, S Jaishankar stressed on the need to resolve the pending disputed issues related to eastern Ladakh with Wang Yi at the earliest. The 16th round of special military-level talks took place on August 2, about 10 days after the foreign ministers of the two countries held talks in Bali. It is worth noting that in the midst of India-China tensions, 50,000 to 60,000 soldiers are deployed on both sides on the LAC even today.