Tension on LAC, Jinping’s new bet, China sent its ambassador to persuade India

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China has not appointed its ambassador to India for 18 months. Chinese agencies were lying vacant in India. Amidst all this, there was no longer any round of talks between China and India, so to reduce the tension, China appointed its ambassador. That too when China had expressed its claim on Arunachal Pradesh, an Indian state. India is unhappy with this also.

There is tremendous tension between India and China on the Line of Actual Control i.e. LAC and amid this tension, relations between the two countries are going through a crisis. Efforts to reduce tension were made at the military level from both sides. But this is the first time that efforts are being made by China to improve the situation at the official and diplomatic level. Relations between India and China are going through their worst phase since the clash between the Indian Army and the Chinese Army in Galwan. After this encounter, 59 Chinese apps were banned in India. India is continuously engaged in reducing its dependence on China. Amidst all this, China did not attend the G-20 conference in India. China has not appointed its ambassador to India for 18 months. Chinese agencies were lying vacant in India. Amidst all this, there was no longer any round of talks between China and India, so to reduce the tension, China appointed its ambassador. That too when China had expressed its claim on Arunachal Pradesh, an Indian state. India is unhappy with this also.

Chinese ambassador to India after 18 months

China’s new ambassador to India, Xu Feihong, has reached Delhi. The post of China’s ambassador to India was vacant for nearly 18 months, which is the longest gap in four decades. Xu said China is willing to work with India to understand each other’s concerns and find mutually acceptable solutions to specific issues through dialogue. He said this amid the long-running military standoff in eastern Ladakh.

to deepen friendship best effort

Shun replaces Sun Weidong, who departs in October 2022 after completing his tenure in India. Xu’s arrival in India comes amid lengthy military and diplomatic talks between Beijing and New Delhi to resolve the military standoff in eastern Ladakh. He said that this is an honorable mission and important duty. I will do my best to deepen the understanding and friendship between the two countries, enhance exchanges and cooperation in various fields, and improve and advance bilateral relations.

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