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India and China agree to reduce border tensions: The current situation is not in anyone's interest. "


India and China agree to reduce border tensions: The current situation is not in anyone's interest. "

Significant progress has been made in the wake of tensions and clashes on the border between India and China and both countries have decided that their forces will "immediately withdraw" from their current position to end the deadlock.

The border dispute between India and China is quite old but this year there have been clashes between the two countries' forces and this month, tensions between New Delhi and Beijing escalated over reports of the alleged abduction of five Indian nationals.

The two countries' foreign ministers met in Moscow on Thursday to agree on five points to reduce tensions. Troops on both sides have been involved in clashes over the disputed border area, known as the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The two countries have accused each other's forces of border violations that have sometimes turned into deadly clashes. In a joint statement, the two countries said "the current situation is not in anyone's interest."

A joint statement issued by Indian Foreign Minister SJ Shankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Zhi said that the two countries' forces would continue talks on the border. They will immediately withdraw from its current activities, maintain a reasonable distance and reduce tensions. They also said that efforts would be intensified for new initiatives to "establish peace and security". But they did not elaborate on how this would be possible or what steps would be taken in response.

India and China already have an agreement banning the use of weapons on the border. Relations between the two countries have been strained in recent days. On Tuesday, China accused Indian troops of illegally crossing the border and firing "provocative" warning shots at Chinese troops. India responded by accusing the Chinese border forces of firing in the air, saying they were "grossly violating the agreement". The Indian military had earlier informed Chinese officials that five Indian nationals had been abducted by Chinese troops on the disputed border.

India and China have tried in the past to reduce border tensions. But despite many negotiations over the past three decades, the dispute has not been resolved. There was a war between the two countries in 1962 in which India was defeated. There are many reasons behind the current tensions, but strategic goals and superiority are the main reason, and both sides are blaming each other.


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