United Nations appeals to India and China, says – Avoid steps that increase tension
The Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres has requested all sides to avoid steps that could create tension to end the deepening border dispute between India and China. Giving the above information, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Gutarares spokesman Stephen Dujaric said that we are monitoring the situation. We urge all concerned parties to refrain from taking steps that increase tension.
On the offer of US President Donald Trump to mediate to end the deepening border dispute between India and China, the spokesperson said that it is not our job to consider who should mediate. We are only appealing not to increase tension. . It is known that Trump has offered to mediate on this issue, saying that he is ready to play a role to reduce the ongoing deadlock between the armies of the two countries.
It is noteworthy that the military confrontation between the Indian and Chinese armies in LAC has increased. Chinese troops have entered Indian territory, after which India has also increased its troops. India has said that the Chinese army is blocking the general patrolling of its troops on LAC in Ladakh and Sikkim. India has completely rejected China’s plea that Indian forces have encroached in the area.
The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has made it clear that all the activities of India have been done within the limits. India has always taken a responsible stand on the border issue. India is fully committed to its sovereignty and security. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava said last week that Indian soldiers are fully aware of the Line of Actual Control in the India-China border areas and sincerely adhere to it.