India should control its border troops: Chinese military

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India should control its border troops: Chinese military

Thursday, December 28, 2017 By: ET Source Link: CLICK HERE




Highlighting the Doklam standoff as its major achievement of international cooperation this year, the Chinese military today said India should "strictly control" its troops and implement border agreements to maintain peace and stability along the border.

Chinese Defence Spokesman Col Ren Guoqiang said the highlights of his country's international military cooperation in 2017 included handling 'hotspot issues' like Doklam.

This year, under the unified deployment, the military has "resolutely" safeguarded China's sovereignty and security interests, Col Ren told media here.

The Chinese military has "played its due role in the handling of the hotspot issues such as the Sino-Indian confrontation in the Donglang (Doklam) area and safeguarded the China's rights and interests in the South China Sea," he said in response to a question.

The Doklam standoff began on June 16 after the People's Liberation Army (PLA) began building a road in area claimed by Bhutan. The Indian troops intervened to stop the road as it posed a security risk to Chicken Neck, the narrow corridor connecting India with its north-eastern states.

The standoff ended on August 28 following a mutual agreement under which China stopped the construction of the road and India withdrew its troops.

The 3,488-km-long Line of Actual Control between India and China covers from Jammu and Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh.

When asked how Chinese military view its relations with its Indian counterpart in 2018 in the backdrop of the Doklam standoff, Col Ren said India should implement the border agreements and control its troops.

"We hope the Indian side can earnestly implement the relevant agreements reached between the two sides on the border issue and strictly control its border defence troops and do more for the positive development of China-India military-to-military relationship," he said.

During the border talks, the first since the 73-day-long military standoff in Doklam, in Delhi on December 22 between National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese State Councillor Yang Jiechi, both sides stressed the importance of maintaining peace and stability along the border, Ren said.

"As far as we know both sides have agreed that it is important to maintain peace stability along India-China border and create favourable conditions for further development of bilateral relationship, which has provided a good environment and good momentum for the continued enhancement of China and India relationship," he said.

In terms of China and India military-to-military relationship, it is important to have strategic communication and push forward healthy development of ties between the two militaries, Col Ren said.

"We hope Indian side walk towards the same direction as the Chinese side and both sides can push forward the development of the relationship and jointly maintain the peace and stability along the China-India border which is in the interest of both sides," he said.

About a recent incident in which an Indian drone crashed on the Chinese side in the Sikkim sector, Col Ren declined to reveal details and whether the parts of the drone recovered by Chinese troops have been handed back to India.

"It is our position that India should have learnt lesson from the incident," he said.

On December 7, China had lodged a diplomatic protest with India claiming that an Indian drone has "intruded" into its airspace and crashed in the Sikkim section of the border which included Doklam.

India has clarified that the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle had developed a technical snag and asked China to return it.

http://www.defencenews.in/article/India-should-control-its-border-troops-Chinese-military-525390

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Any idiotic move by china like in scs will get a fitting response from India.

Chinese cannot threaten India.
 

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India should control its border troops: Chinese military

Thursday, December 28, 2017 By: ET Source Link: CLICK HERE




Highlighting the Doklam standoff as its major achievement of international cooperation this year, the Chinese military today said India should "strictly control" its troops and implement border agreements to maintain peace and stability along the border.

Chinese Defence Spokesman Col Ren Guoqiang said the highlights of his country's international military cooperation in 2017 included handling 'hotspot issues' like Doklam.

This year, under the unified deployment, the military has "resolutely" safeguarded China's sovereignty and security interests, Col Ren told media here.

The Chinese military has "played its due role in the handling of the hotspot issues such as the Sino-Indian confrontation in the Donglang (Doklam) area and safeguarded the China's rights and interests in the South China Sea," he said in response to a question.

The Doklam standoff began on June 16 after the People's Liberation Army (PLA) began building a road in area claimed by Bhutan. The Indian troops intervened to stop the road as it posed a security risk to Chicken Neck, the narrow corridor connecting India with its north-eastern states.

The standoff ended on August 28 following a mutual agreement under which China stopped the construction of the road and India withdrew its troops.

The 3,488-km-long Line of Actual Control between India and China covers from Jammu and Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh.

When asked how Chinese military view its relations with its Indian counterpart in 2018 in the backdrop of the Doklam standoff, Col Ren said India should implement the border agreements and control its troops.

"We hope the Indian side can earnestly implement the relevant agreements reached between the two sides on the border issue and strictly control its border defence troops and do more for the positive development of China-India military-to-military relationship," he said.

During the border talks, the first since the 73-day-long military standoff in Doklam, in Delhi on December 22 between National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese State Councillor Yang Jiechi, both sides stressed the importance of maintaining peace and stability along the border, Ren said.

"As far as we know both sides have agreed that it is important to maintain peace stability along India-China border and create favourable conditions for further development of bilateral relationship, which has provided a good environment and good momentum for the continued enhancement of China and India relationship," he said.

In terms of China and India military-to-military relationship, it is important to have strategic communication and push forward healthy development of ties between the two militaries, Col Ren said.

"We hope Indian side walk towards the same direction as the Chinese side and both sides can push forward the development of the relationship and jointly maintain the peace and stability along the China-India border which is in the interest of both sides," he said.

About a recent incident in which an Indian drone crashed on the Chinese side in the Sikkim sector, Col Ren declined to reveal details and whether the parts of the drone recovered by Chinese troops have been handed back to India.

"It is our position that India should have learnt lesson from the incident," he said.

On December 7, China had lodged a diplomatic protest with India claiming that an Indian drone has "intruded" into its airspace and crashed in the Sikkim section of the border which included Doklam.

India has clarified that the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle had developed a technical snag and asked China to return it.

http://www.defencenews.in/article/India-should-control-its-border-troops-Chinese-military-525390

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and here we go again...........

the dragon wannabe has started shitting from its mouth.... again :biggrin2:
 

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India should control its border troops: Chinese military

Thursday, December 28, 2017 By: ET Source Link: CLICK HERE




Highlighting the Doklam standoff as its major achievement of international cooperation this year, the Chinese military today said India should "strictly control" its troops and implement border agreements to maintain peace and stability along the border.

Chinese Defence Spokesman Col Ren Guoqiang said the highlights of his country's international military cooperation in 2017 included handling 'hotspot issues' like Doklam.

This year, under the unified deployment, the military has "resolutely" safeguarded China's sovereignty and security interests, Col Ren told media here.

The Chinese military has "played its due role in the handling of the hotspot issues such as the Sino-Indian confrontation in the Donglang (Doklam) area and safeguarded the China's rights and interests in the South China Sea," he said in response to a question.

The Doklam standoff began on June 16 after the People's Liberation Army (PLA) began building a road in area claimed by Bhutan. The Indian troops intervened to stop the road as it posed a security risk to Chicken Neck, the narrow corridor connecting India with its north-eastern states.

The standoff ended on August 28 following a mutual agreement under which China stopped the construction of the road and India withdrew its troops.

The 3,488-km-long Line of Actual Control between India and China covers from Jammu and Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh.

When asked how Chinese military view its relations with its Indian counterpart in 2018 in the backdrop of the Doklam standoff, Col Ren said India should implement the border agreements and control its troops.

"We hope the Indian side can earnestly implement the relevant agreements reached between the two sides on the border issue and strictly control its border defence troops and do more for the positive development of China-India military-to-military relationship," he said.

During the border talks, the first since the 73-day-long military standoff in Doklam, in Delhi on December 22 between National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and Chinese State Councillor Yang Jiechi, both sides stressed the importance of maintaining peace and stability along the border, Ren said.

"As far as we know both sides have agreed that it is important to maintain peace stability along India-China border and create favourable conditions for further development of bilateral relationship, which has provided a good environment and good momentum for the continued enhancement of China and India relationship," he said.

In terms of China and India military-to-military relationship, it is important to have strategic communication and push forward healthy development of ties between the two militaries, Col Ren said.

"We hope Indian side walk towards the same direction as the Chinese side and both sides can push forward the development of the relationship and jointly maintain the peace and stability along the China-India border which is in the interest of both sides," he said.

About a recent incident in which an Indian drone crashed on the Chinese side in the Sikkim sector, Col Ren declined to reveal details and whether the parts of the drone recovered by Chinese troops have been handed back to India.

"It is our position that India should have learnt lesson from the incident," he said.

On December 7, China had lodged a diplomatic protest with India claiming that an Indian drone has "intruded" into its airspace and crashed in the Sikkim section of the border which included Doklam.

India has clarified that the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle had developed a technical snag and asked China to return it.

http://www.defencenews.in/article/India-should-control-its-border-troops-Chinese-military-525390

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This is a very old picture.

Coming to the drone, as long as it was flying on Indian airspace, there is no problem. What constitutes Indian airspace is defined by Indian territorial claims. India should consider issuing a counter warning that engaging Indian aircraft over Indian airspace would be a provocation. That should suffice and be at the edge of, but not quite, an overt escalation.
 

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:rofl:

And.......I'm getting kinda tired of their shenanigans.

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But seriously, these Chinks need to get their pint sized brains examined. They got screwed at Dokhlam but will never admit it. The yarns they spin for public consumption are mind blowing in scope and intensity.

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China should control it self from issuing high IQ addicts whom no one takes serious other than paki baggers, sister sell outs.
 

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Well if they think they can threaten us into accepting silly terms than they are the most stupidest country.
It's because of hegemonic desires of Eleven jinping that we are confronting each other. West will take advantage of the situation but nonetheless we shall never bow down to the hegemonic desires of Eleven jinping.
 

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Ooooo we have to APOLOGISE to ccpchina ...
we have to tell them we are very sorry
but we cant control them because ....
THEY ARE NON-STATE ACTORS in uniform !!!!!!
just like all-weather friend :hail:

Any idiotic move by china like in scs will get a fitting response from India.

Chinese cannot threaten India.
We are controlling and that's why they're there to control you.
Chinaman should control its tiny dick or it will be chopped off in Himalayas.
High IQ threats are lefhal:smash:
These statements come
when there is a bilateral or trilateral meet involving Ind and Chn
This is a very old picture.

Coming to the drone, as long as it was flying on Indian airspace, there is no problem. Whan.
tensity.

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Well if they think they can threaten us into accepting silly terms than they are the most stupidest country.
 

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The cognitive dissonance the chicoms are feeling when they thought that they could fuck with us and finally realising that they couldn't, is just delicious.
 

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