According to Indias economic times, the 27 day local time, the day said that, compared with other areas, Chinas air force in Tibet is increasing, making it full year combat capability. However, when referring to the Sino Indian air force, he also indicated that the two sides had friendly relations and hoped that they would meet more on the ground so that they would not have to meet in the air. A screenshot of the economic times of India Reported that this is an important development, because in the past, China will only occupy the flying base in summer. In a speech that day, Danoa warned that India must adjust its plan according to the capabilities of its opponents, because intentions may change overnight. He elaborated on the development of the Chinese air force in Tibet. He said, in the past few years, we have seen a significant increase in the number of aircraft and crews in Tibet. During the winter months, the deployment of Su 27 and JW -10 fighters enabled them to achieve reliable annual combat capability. A few years ago, they occupied the airport only in summer. At the same time, he also mentioned the development of the Chinese Air Force: China has developed a modern air force that depends on its quality and is not as dependent as we saw in 80s and 90s twentieth Century. They have enough reserves to add. They have multiple air defense systems and rocket troops, enabling them to carry out ground operations in uncertain air wins. He also stressed the air force of India. He said: in the democratic countries of Asia, India has the largest air force and has the fastest reaction capability. However, referring to Sino Indian Air Force relations, he said the two sides were very friendly. I told my opponent at the India air show, the chief of the air force of the western war zone in China, to meet more on the ground so that we dont have to meet in the air. Prior to that, Indias foreign minister Svard Raj and defense minister Sita Raman also went to China on April 22nd and 24 to fight for the informal meeting between the leaders of the two countries. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a regular press conference on 18 July that Sino Indian relations have shown positive development momentum since the beginning of this year. China is willing to work with India to maintain high-level exchanges, expand pragmatic cooperation, properly control differences and promote new and greater development of bilateral relations.