India-China standoff: Russia is keeping an eye on the situation of LAC, said- Encouraged by efforts to rear troops from India and China

Posted on 14th Apr 2021 05:47 pm by rohit kumar


Russia said on Wednesday that it was monitoring developments on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. He said that he was enthusiastic about efforts to repel his troops towards India and China and would encourage constructive dialogue. Roman Babushkin, deputy head of the Russian Delegation, said that both sides of Russia should take advantage of opportunities to improve their relations in shared multilateral forums such as the BRICS, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), and the RIC (Russia-India-China) trilateral organizations.


Babushkin said in the press conference, 'We are watching the developments happening on LAC. We are excited to consider India and China in efforts to repel troops from LAC to promote constructive and forward-looking dialogue. This is a very important condition for regional stability. ' Both India and China are members of Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Russia RIC Organization, and BRICS.


Russian Ambassador Nikolay Kudashev did not give a direct answer to this question when asked whether the issue of China's aggression in East Ladakh and elsewhere was taken by Foreign Minister S.K. In a recent conversation between Jaishankar and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov. He said the talks focused on bilateral issues and preparations for the annual India-Russia summit in the second half of the year. The talks focused on a 'unified agenda', be it bilateral relations or multilateral cooperation.


As a result of several rounds of military and diplomatic negotiations, India and China in February completed the process of repelling their troops and weapons systems from the northern and southern sides of Pangong Lake. The two sides are now negotiating the process of repelling troops and military equipment from other conflicting locations in the area.


Last week, India and the Chinese Army held the 11th phase of Corps Commander Level talks, with both sides agreeing to maintain stability in the region, not allow any new incidents to happen, and quick resolution of pending problems.

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