China warns Indian side to follow state consensus.


BEIJING, June 17 :China , slammed India over crossing the borderline and provocative attacks against its personnel and warned it not to take any unilateral action or stir up trouble.
Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, Zhao Lijian said in a briefing that China once again solemnly ask the Indian side to follow state consensus, strictly regulate its front line troops and do not cross the border line.
The spokesperson pointed out that recently to ease the situation on the China-India border, both the countries had been in close communication through military and diplomatic channels on June 6.
“But despite this consensus, on June 15 the Indian troops seriously violated the consensus and twice crossed the borderline for illegal activities and provoked and attacked the Chinese personnel which led to serious physical conflict between the two sides,” he added.
Zhao Lijian said that China had lodged strong protest and representation with the Indian side, urging it to strictly restrain its frontline troops according to the consensus, and not cross the borderline and make any unilateral movement that could complicate the border situation.
He said that China and India had agreed to resolve bilateral issues through talks and contribute to the easing of tensions and maintaining peace and tranquility in border areas.
On India media reports that an Indian officers and two soldiers were killed in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh, he responded that he was not aware of the information provided by Indian media.

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