Latest Agreement Between India And China

[132] On August 19, The Times of India reported that india`s Foreign Ministry was informed that visas for Chinese businessmen, academics, industry experts, and interest groups needed prior security clearance, and that the measures long applied in Pakistan were similar. [133] On September 19, Indian police arrested a free journalist for leaking sensitive information to Chinese intelligence. [134] India and the PRC conducted eight rounds of negotiations between December 1981 and November 1987. In 1985, the PRC insisted on reciprocal concessions without specifying the precise conditions of its „package proposal“ or the actual line of control. In 1986 and 1987, negotiations came to nothing, given the accusations of military aggression exchanged between the two countries in the Sumdorung Chu Valley. The construction of a military post and heliport in China in the region in 1986 and the granting of the Indian state to Arunachal Pradesh (formerly north East Frontier Agency) in February 1987 led both sides to send troops to the region. The PRC has issued warnings that it will „teach India a lesson“ if it does not stop „nibbling“ on Chinese territory. However, until the summer of 1987, both sides had withdrawn from the conflict and denied that there had been any military clashes. In recent months, there have been a number of skirmishes and stalemates between Chinese and Indian forces along controversial and populated parts of the Sino-Indian border. The largest climb took place in mid-June in high ridges in the Galwan Valley in the Himalayan region along the controversial 2,100-mile-long Line of Control (LAC). The LAC is a loose demarcation line of the disputed area, divided into three sectors, and its western sector separates the territory of Eastern Ladakh controlled by India from the Aksai Chin region (also claimed by India). The United States and Russia (former Soviet Union) have been an integral part of the evolution of relations between China and India.

As a major power, Japan has also been part of China-India relations with initiatives such as the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue. Pakistan and China share their relations to contain India and advance Chinese infrastructure projects in the disputed area of northern India. The Middle East, Latin America and Africa are places where India and China engage and compete….

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