After the months’ long rift between the China and India, for the first time in the last few months, China has cooled down on India’s aggressive stance in the ongoing tensions between India and China and during the talks agreed not to increase its forces on the Ladakh border. On a surprising note, China said in the UN that we have nothing to do with India. After lengthy negotiations, China on Tuesday agreed not to increase its military presence on the border.
Meanwhile, at the UN, Chinese President Xi Jinping himself said that our intention was not to go to war with neighboring India. He further said that big countries have a lot of work to do. Not to fight in small things. In a four-minute video address, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the UN that India was currently going through a crisis of credibility.
Showing a mirror to UNO, Modi said that today’s problems cannot be tackled with the old structure. We have to be prepared to change over time and make the necessary improvements. Tensions between China and India erupted in May this year and lasted until August. The Chinese army made repeated attempts to infiltrate the Indian border and the Indian troops were forced to retreat each time.
At the borders, Indian troops occupied strategic peaks in the mountainous regions of Ladakh, putting China on the defensive. However, China’s state-run newspaper Global Times reported that India would suffer even more than in 1962 if war broke out this time. However, after negotiations, China agreed not to increase its military presence on the border.