There has been tension between India and China in the eastern region of Ladakh since May this year over the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Meanwhile, the US National Security Advisor (NSA) said that China’s attempt to control the LAC on India by force is part of its expansionary aggression. It is now time to acknowledge that negotiation and settlement China is not going to change its aggressive attitude.
Significantly, high-level diplomatic and military negotiations are underway to resolve this deadlock between the two sides, but the problem has not been resolved so far. Another round of talks is scheduled for Monday (October 12), but China is reluctant to return to its old place before escalating tensions.
Commenting on China in Utah earlier this week, US NSA Robert O’Brien said that “the CCP (Communist Party of China) expansionist aggression on the border with India is evident where the actual Line of Control on the strength of China Trying to control. ‘
Foreign ministers of the Indo-Pacific countries are known as the Quad Group. Quad countries include India, America, Japan and Australia. Foreign ministers of these countries met on Tuesday in Tokyo, the capital of Japan. This was the first meeting of foreign ministers since the onset of the corona virus epidemic. The meeting of the foreign ministers took place in the Indo-Pacific, South China Sea amid China’s aggressive military attitude and tensions with India on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh.
At the same time, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that China has deployed 60 thousand troops on the northern border with India. Pompeo reprimanded China’s behavior over tensions at the border and said Beijing had become a threat to the Quad countries.