US President Donald Trump’s statement came amid renewed friction between India and China over what the government has called renewed attempts to change the status quo in parts of eastern Ladakh.
U.S. President Donald Trump told reporters at a White House press briefing on Friday that the border issues between India and China. It has been “very tough” and China is definitely going at it, Mr Donald Trump said. However, he had discussed this issue with both India and China and the United States will support.
U.S. President Donald Trump told reporters on Friday evening at a White House news conference. He like to involve and help, saying the situation along India-China border was “very tough”.
Trump has restated that he see about the situation with both India and China. And for China and India, we ‘re happy to help. If we could do anything we’d love to get involved and contribute. And that’s where we’re talking about with both countries, he said.
When asked if China is bullying India, he said he hoped it wouldn’t be the case, but noted that China was “surely going to it.”
I hope they don’t… but they (China) surely do. They go at it much more intensely than many people also understand, Trump said in answer to a question.
Rajnath Singh’s counterpart meeting with China:
India’s defence minister Rajnath Singh met his Chinese counterpart in Moscow late Friday. In the first high-level contact of his kind since the border stand-off erupted in May, on the sidelines of a three-day summit.
Mr Singh said in a pointed message prior to the meeting that peace and security in the region. We need an environment of trust, non-aggression, peaceful settlement of differences and respect for international rules.
In the most significant battle since it killed 20 Indian soldiers in June, the Indian Army said this week that it had blocked Chinese troops; the conflict in Ladakh’s Galwan has been the worst in decades between the two nations.
Rajnath Singh have made these tries even though both nations takes part in diplomatic and military discussions. That has taken to resolve the border issues so far.
Border tensions are now at some of the highest levels since the 1962 war, with China ordering a vast build-up of tanks and infantry in eastern Ladakh’s South Pangong area.
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