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We didn't provoke, says China

Beijing, Apr 25: Claiming that its troops or choppers have not caused any “provocation” or violated the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, China today said the incident will not affect bilateral ties or

PTI Updated on: April 25, 2013 20:39 IST
we didn t provoke says china
we didn t provoke says china

Beijing, Apr 25: Claiming that its troops or choppers have not caused any “provocation” or violated the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh, China today said the incident will not affect bilateral ties or disrupt peace at the borders as both sides are trying to resolve it in a friendly manner.




“I do not agree with your allegation that it is the Chinese side that has caused the provocation between the border troops” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying replying to questions about the intrusion of Chinese troops at the Depsang Valley in Ladakh.

“China's troops have never crossed the (LAC) line. China and India are neighbours and the boundary is not demarcated yet.

“It is inevitable for problems to prop up in border areas. When there is a problem it should be resolved through friendly consultations though existing mechanisms and channels”, she said.
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