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India asks China to retreat from Bhutanese territory

Chinese (left) and Indian soldiers at a border crossing. Analysts say armed conflict is unlikely in the near future. Photograph: Diptendu Dutta/AFP/Getty Images

Articolo tratto da Times Of India

NEW DELHI: Making it clear that it will not buckle under heated rhetoric from China, India said a diplomatic resolution resulting in a Chinese pullback from Bhutanese territory would resolve the current border stand-off near the Sikkim-
Bhutan-Tibet tri-junction.

“This issue or tension should be resolved at the diplomatic level…It can be resolved diplomatically, which is what we want,” said minister of state for defence Subhash Bhamre, speaking to journalists here on Wednesday.

“The Chinese troops should stay where they were earlier…They have entered Bhutan’s territory…they should not intrude into Bhutanese territory. This is our security concern and this is our stand,” he added.

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Chinese (left) and Indian soldiers at a border crossing. Analysts say armed conflict is unlikely in the near future. Photograph: Diptendu Dutta/AFP/Getty Images

 

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