BEIJING, June 20 :China Foreign Office has declared that Beijing was in contact with India on easing tensions through diplomatic and military channels after the recent deadly border clash between the troops of the two countries in the Galwan valley.
“China and India are in dialogue to resolve the matter on ground through diplomatic and military channels,” Chinese Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Zhao Lijian said during media conversation.
Zhao Lijian reiterated that regarding the serious situation in the Galwan valley, the right and wrong is very clear and the responsibility entirely lies with the Indian side. He informed that both China and India are in communication with each other through diplomatic and military channels
on easing the situation, adding, “China values our bilateral relations. We hope Indian can work with China to jointly maintain the long term development of bilateral relations.”
To a question regarding election of India as non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), he said the Security Council is an important organ to uphold international peace and security following the United Nations charter.
Zhao Lijian said that as a permanent member, China would like to enhance cooperation with all parties of the UNSC including the newly elected non-permanent members to jointly fulfill the responsibility given by the UN charter.