5 point roadmap hammered out by India-China foreign ministers yet to move forward


New Delhi, Sep 18: China has been making efforts to deflect responsibility of the delays in disengagement on India. However India has made it clear that Beijing must sincerely work towards de-escalation. 

China should not make further attempts to unilaterally alter the status quo on the Line of Actual Control, India has also said. While there has been not much progress, India has insisted that China must implement the consensus reached by foreign ministers of both countries during their meeting in Moscow. Both sides had agreed for quick and complete disengagement of troops from all friction points. 

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Author: Vicky Nanjappa

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