Print media: there will be differences between China and India on the establishment of the military hotline.

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 Print media: there will be differences between China and India on the establishment of the military hotline.


At a regular press conference at the end of July, a spokesman said that Defense Minister Wei Feng and General General Major-in-Chief planned an official friendly visit to India within the year. The new India express said Wei and he may visit India later in August. After the Sino Indian leaders held the Wuhan summit in April this year, the two countries reintroduced the long established hotline. The report said the leaders of the two countries have issued a strategic guidance opinion for their respective forces to strengthen communication between the two sides and establish mutual trust to avoid a recurrence of an incident similar to Dong Lang confrontation.

However, reports say there are some differences between India and China on this matter. People familiar with the matter said the India army said the hotline should be set up between the India Army Military Operations Agency (DGMO) and the Chinese army s equivalent agency, but Beijing suggested that the western war zone, which is based in Chengdu, be linked with the India of India. The Chinese army has explained to the India army that, in view of the absence of any DGMO agency in the Chinese army headquarters, the Chinese Army tends to contact the India army and the western war zone command, which manages the border affairs of China and India. However, the Indian side believes that it is inappropriate to maintain the relevant diplomatic etiquette and equate the Indian Army headquarters with the PLAs Western Theater headquarters.

The report says the three headquarters of the India army, headquarters in Calcutta, Lucknow and the eastern headquarters of the Wuda, the central command and the Northern Command, are responsible for supervising the Indian border lines of thousands of kilometers. Official sources also said details of the Sino Indian military hotline exist in Chinese and English translation and what technologies to use.

The director of the research department of the National Institute of strategic research, Tsinghua University, and the executive director of the South Asian Association, Qian Feng, received an interview with the global times on 6 days. From the present situation, there is no principle difference between China and India on the establishment of a military hotline, which is mainly a specific technical level, especially in China and India. The system is different. The India army occupies the most important position in the three armies, and the Sino Indian border is also mainly the land border. In India, it is logical that the military hotline is docked by the army command, and the Chinese military system has been adjusted in a large scale in recent years. The Sino Indian border is now within the jurisdiction of the western war zone. The military hotline of the western war zone is also very practical, and it can avoid the lengthy process of reporting the problems on the Sino Indian border to the greatest extent and facilitate the control. But Qian believes the problem is that India has historically attached great importance to reciprocal diplomacy and that the Indian Army headquarters is not equal to a war zone in China. Qian Feng said that Sino Indian relations are on the right track in several meetings of the two countries leaders this year, and maintain a good momentum of development. Under such a background, the military mutual trust will be further strengthened. Specific technical problems, the two sides through communication and coordination will always find a way to solve, the establishment of a military hotline will also come to an end. At present, China has established military hotlines with major military powers in the world, including the Sino-US military hotline and the Sino-Russian military hotline. China and India have established the prime minister hotline. According to international practice, the establishment of the military hotline is often lagging behind. The establishment of a military hotline between China and India is in line with the overall interests of China India relations and is in line with the interests of both countries. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Jia Mingdong _NBJS6491

The director of the research department of the National Institute of strategic research, Tsinghua University, and the executive director of the South Asian Association, Qian Feng, received an interview with the global times on 6 days. From the present situation, there is no principle difference between China and India on the establishment of a military hotline, which is mainly a specific technical level, especially in China and India. The system is different. The India army occupies the most important position in the three armies, and the Sino Indian border is also mainly the land border. In India, it is logical that the military hotline is docked by the army command, and the Chinese military system has been adjusted in a large scale in recent years. The Sino Indian border is now within the jurisdiction of the western war zone. The military hotline of the western war zone is also very practical, and it can avoid the lengthy process of reporting the problems on the Sino Indian border to the greatest extent and facilitate the control. But Qian believes the problem is that India has historically attached great importance to reciprocal diplomacy and that the Indian Army headquarters is not equal to a war zone in China.

Qian Feng said that Sino Indian relations are on the right track in several meetings of the two countries leaders this year, and maintain a good momentum of development. Under such a background, the military mutual trust will be further strengthened. Specific technical problems, the two sides through communication and coordination will always find a way to solve, the establishment of a military hotline will also come to an end. At present, China has established military hotlines with major military powers in the world, including the Sino-US military hotline and the Sino-Russian military hotline. China and India have established the prime minister hotline. According to international practice, the establishment of the military hotline is often lagging behind. The establishment of a military hotline between China and India is in line with the overall interests of China India relations and is in line with the interests of both countries.