MEA spokesperson rejected China’s claim that it had to cancel a joint launch of a commemorative stamp with India as New Delhi did not give its feedback on the matter within the agreed time-frame.
India says, Chinese action along LAC in last 6 months is in violation of bilateral agreements
He said both sides need to strictly follow the various bilateral agreements and protocols in their entirety, including the 1993 and 1996 agreements on maintenance of peace and tranquility along the border area. He added that India strictly observes bilateral agreements and is committed to resolve border issues through talks. The spokesperson was reacting on Chinese comments over the border issue.
Further said We have taken note of the Chinese side’s statement that it observes ‘strictly the agreements between the two sides and is committed to resolving the border issue through dialogue and safeguarding peace and tranquillity’ in the border areas. We expect that the Chinese side will match its words with actions,” Srivastava said