Beijing: Indian Ambassador to China Vikram Misery met with Deputy Foreign Minister Luo Zhaohui in Beijing on Friday. The Indian ambassador said in his talk that the withdrawal of troops from the line of actual control and the rest of East Ladakh will help improve bilateral relations. Zhou Hui was the Chinese envoy to India during the Doklam crisis.
The Indian Embassy in China tweeted that Ambassador Vikram Miseri met with Luo Zhaohui and emphasized that maintaining peace in the border area has always been the basis for the development of relations between the two countries. Ambassador Vikram Miseri emphasized the importance of terminating relations in the rest of the region, saying that this will help restore peace and provide a place for the development of relations.
Since April to May last year, India and China have been in a deadlock with Latin America and the Caribbean due to a misunderstanding of the People’s Liberation Army at the border. The two countries began to withdraw only after several rounds of talks on the military and diplomatic levels.
Both countries withdrew their troops from the north and south sides of Ban Gong Lake and continued to be displaced in other key locations.
The Indian and Chinese troops have agreed to return to certain areas, and the turbulent areas last year have also withdrawn their troops to restore the situation.
After completing the dissolution procedure in the Pangong Lake region in February this year, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar insisted that the two countries should now resolve the remaining problems in Latin America and the Caribbean as soon as possible.
The Indian Embassy said that during the meeting, Miseri also marked outstanding consular issues related to Indian citizens and requested convenience for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.