China’s ‘tactics’ resumed
Beijing: After the 73-day deadlock last year, China’s “tactics” has begun again to resolve the dispute over the Docmal controversy. China has again claimed that Docmal is a part of China and is also working on it. Chinese Foreign Ministry has said that Docmal is Chinese territory and China is building its establishment in that area. Bhutan claims its sovereignty here.
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At the same time, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has said that India and China should see their boundary dispute with ‘Docmal’ as ‘peaceful way’ and they should be resolved through the existing system. Responding to an interview of Indian Ambassador Gautam Bumbalay in China, published in Chinese Daily Global Times, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chuying said that differences can be solved through the existing system.
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In addition to the arrangements for discussing the stress on the border, there is a mechanism for border negotiation of special representative level to resolve differences over the border dispute in India and China. On the question of both sides looking at a new satellite image, the question asked about the ban on blockade, emphasizing that Docmal is a Chinese land and China is building its establishment in that area. Bhutan claims its sovereignty here.
Referring to the treaty between Britain and China in 1890, he said, “Sikkim area of China-India border is confined to this historic treaty and it comes to the jurisdiction of China.” Hua said, “China has always maintained sovereignty in its frontier areas including Donglong (Dokalm).” Regarding the satellite pictures, he said, “I would like to emphasize that this (region) comes in the sovereignty of China, in which we are building establishments in the Donglong area.” He said, ‘There have been reports about the construction of the army and the construction of infrastructure in the area of some Indian media. They are very excited about this. ‘
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