Tribune News Service
New Delhi, September 10
External Affairs Minister
S Jaishankar on Thursday talked for over two hours along with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Moscow to resolve the worsening state of affairs on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in jap Ladakh.
After a lull following the Galwan valley incident on June 15, troops from each side have come dangerously near confrontation on two events within the final fortnight.
Jaishankar’s interplay follows one other one held final week between Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and his Chinese counterpart, additionally in Moscow, the place each ministers set out their respective positions on restoring normalcy on the LAC.
- Foreign Ministers of Russia, India and China held trilateral talks on the sidelines of SCO
- “Attended the RIC Foreign Ministers Meeting hosted by FM (Sergey) Lavrov in Moscow. Thank him for his warm hospitality. India takes on the Chair of the RIC process,” External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar tweeted
Jaishankar and Wang have been holding talks after three rounds of digital conferences of the working mechanism on the border and a number of other military commander-level conferences did not stem a sequence of aggressive actions that culminated in photographs being fired on the LAC for the primary time in 45 years.
At the time of the going to the press, there was no official phrase on the assembly between the 2. Earlier within the day, Jaishankar and Wang sat collectively at two multilateral interactions by which bilateral disputes weren’t mentioned. The foremost present for which Jaishankar had gone to Moscow — the assembly of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation — was held within the morning.