India: has decided not to consider joining any China led trade agreement

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 India: has decided not to consider joining any China led trade agreement


Both China and India have recently released a signal of disengagement to the outside world through their respective channels, but the Indian army is still strengthening its preparations in the border areas. A senior Indian army official told the Hindustan Times on the 5th that we are fully prepared for a long-term confrontation. According to the report, in addition to the m-777 howitzer and T-90 main battle tank, the Indian army also deployed C-17 heavy transport aircraft, Apache attack helicopter, C-130J special operation aircraft and p-8i reconnaissance aircraft in the India China border area. According to the Hindu daily on the 5th, the Indian government is preparing for the meeting of the special representatives on the border issue between China and India in order to seek diplomatic channels to cool the bilateral tensions. The source told the global times that the decision was made after Indian Prime Minister modi inspected the Ladakh region on the 3rd. Modi had a long one-on-one talk with halind Singh, commander of the 14th group army, who had previously represented India at the India China military commander level talks. According to other media reports, Singh may have made a lot of suggestions to modi.. Source: Global Times editor in charge: Chen Hequn_ NB12679

Both China and India have recently released a signal of disengagement to the outside world through their respective channels, but the Indian army is still strengthening its preparations in the border areas. A senior Indian army official told the Hindustan Times on the 5th that we are fully prepared for a long-term confrontation. According to the report, in addition to the m-777 howitzer and T-90 main battle tank, the Indian army also deployed C-17 heavy transport aircraft, Apache attack helicopter, C-130J special operation aircraft and p-8i reconnaissance aircraft in the India China border area.

According to the Hindu daily on the 5th, the Indian government is preparing for the meeting of the special representatives on the border issue between China and India in order to seek diplomatic channels to cool the bilateral tensions. The source told the global times that the decision was made after Indian Prime Minister modi inspected the Ladakh region on the 3rd. Modi had a long one-on-one talk with halind Singh, commander of the 14th group army, who had previously represented India at the India China military commander level talks. According to other media reports, Singh may have made a lot of suggestions to modi..