Global Times: a tough response to Indias opportunism

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 Global Times: a tough response to Indias opportunism


The South Bank of Bangong Lake, where the confrontation took place, was under the actual control of China. The Indian side wanted to make it a new disputed area and cooperate with India in bargaining between the two sides. It is obvious that India continues to take an enterprising attitude of taking advantage of more on the border issue, rather than placing the maintenance of stability in the border area at the top priority.

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But it must be pointed out that what new Germany is dealing with is a strong China. The PLA has sufficient strength to defend every inch of the countrys territory. All the Chinese people fully support the governments position that it will not take the initiative to offend India or allow it to encroach on Chinas territory. China is full of strategic determination in the southwest border area and has made various preparations. India wants peace, and we welcome it. If we want to play games, we have better tools and abilities. If we want to make a showdown in the form of war, the PLA will surely be able to make the Indian army suffer a more painful defeat than in 1962.

India should not have illusions about the support from Washington, nor should it embolden itself by strengthening the cooperation between the US, Japan, Australia and India. The border issue between China and India is doomed to be solved between China and India. The United States and others can only support India and coax New Delhi with some intelligence sharing and other things. How can the United States help Indians to rob Chinas land? Instead, the Americans are trying to pull such an abacus: let India and China consume each other and turn India into a more important pawn in its anti China strategy. This is using and humiliating India.

China needs to do a good job in preparing for the military struggle in the border areas between China and India. We insist on resolving the friction by peaceful means. However, when the Indian side rashly attacks our bottom line, we must not be soft hearted. We should start when we should, and ensure that the war can be won. Every conflict that breaks out should be a lesson for India.

New Delhi should not misread our goodwill that China and India are not enemies. China is several times as powerful as India. It is not our opponent at all. We should resolutely put an end to Indias illusion that China will fight against the strong by colluding with the United States and other forces. The history of Asia and the world tells us that the forces that are keen on opportunism are deceptive and afraid of the hard, while India has a typical manifestation of opportunism on the Sino Indian border issue.

A spokesman for the Western Theater delivered a speech on the border situation between China and India

In a speech on the border situation between China and India on August 31, senior colonel Zhang Shuiyuan, a spokesman for the Western Theater of war, pointed out that on August 31, the Indian army destroyed the consensus reached in the previous multi-level talks between the two sides and illegally crossed the border again on the South Bank of Bangong Lake and near the reqin mountain pass, openly provoked and caused tension in the border. Indias move has seriously violated Chinas territorial sovereignty, seriously damaged the peace and stability in the border areas between China and India, and betrayed its promise and betrayed its promise. China strongly opposes this. We solemnly demand that the Indian side immediately withdraw its forces illegally crossing the line, strictly control and restrict the front-line forces, earnestly abide by its commitments, and avoid further escalation of the situation. The Chinese army is taking necessary measures and will pay close attention to the development of the situation and resolutely safeguard Chinas territorial sovereignty and peace and stability in the border areas.

Expert: the Indian armys illegal cross-border occupation and control is to add chips to the unreasonable asking price in the negotiation

Qian Feng, director of the research department of the National Institute of strategic studies of Tsinghua University, told the global times on the 31st that since the incident of confrontation in the Galvan Valley in June, China and India have maintained communication through five rounds of military commander level meetings and four meetings on border affairs consultation and coordination mechanism. For nearly a month and a half, the two sides have held meetings every week on average, which shows that they attach great importance to it. At present, great progress has been made in easing the situation. The two sides have broken away from contact at several confrontation points, but there are still some remaining problems that have not been solved, mainly concentrated in the North Bank of Bangong Lake and other areas.

Qian Feng said, judging from the public reports, there were no casualties in the Indian illegal cross line occupation and control incident. After the incident, the commanders of the Chinese and Indian front-line forces quickly held a flag meeting at the brigade commander level, which showed that although there were no small differences between the two sides, they still maintained the consensus formed for a long time and further strengthened recently, that is, to avoid the dispute from escalating to armed conflict.

For this conflict, Qian Feng believes that the right and wrong of the matter is very clear, and the responsibility is not on the Chinese side. China has always strictly followed the actual line of control between China and India and has never crossed the line without authorization. However, the Indian side does not think so, insisting on unreasonable negotiation price in recent negotiations. After failing to achieve the goal, India illegally crossed the line again to occupy and control. It is just trying to open up new confrontation points and more bargaining chips to try to have more cards to play in the following negotiations.

In addition to the land border conflicts between China and India, India has also taken actions against China in the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean. Indias New Delhi television website quoted sources as saying that shortly after the Sino Indian border conflict broke out in June, the Indian Navy sent naval vessels to the South China Sea in a low-key manner. During this period, Indian warships collected the whereabouts of warships of other countries in the sea area, and maintained continuous contact with us naval vessels through the secure communication system. At the same time, the Indian Navy has also strengthened its patrols against the Malacca Strait and the routes of the Chinese Navy into the Indian Ocean, and plans to purchase and deploy autonomous underwater vehicles and other unmanned systems and sensors to closely monitor the activities of the Chinese navy in the Indian Ocean.

In this regard, Qian Feng believes that in recent years, Indian forces have been tracking and monitoring Chinese naval vessels in the Indian Ocean, and sending ships into the South China Sea is not the first time. If, as disclosed by the media, the Indian Navy has made some moves in the South China Sea, it is more of a gesture of trying to match the US side strategically. In an interview with the global times, military expert Li Jie said that from a military point of view, India collects intelligence information about Chinas navy and other transport ships on the maritime transport line, with the intention of blocking the Strait of Malacca when necessary. Li Jie believes that the Indian armys move has released a signal that if there is uncontrollable conflict on the border between China and India on land, and the Indian army is in a losing position, it may take retaliatory measures against China at sea. The target of retaliation may be Chinas oil and gas carriers.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Li Jie believed that China should strengthen the construction of islands and reefs in the South China Sea, further strengthen the deployment of military forces, and have certain air and sea control capabilities. At the same time, preparations should be made at the two ports of the Strait of Malacca. An escort formation should be set up at the passage from the South China Sea to the Strait of Malacca, and a certain force should be deployed at the other port to form a response. This can not only protect the Chinese transport vessels on the Strait of Malacca, but also take timely measures against the Indian armys attack. Li Jie said, Chinas type 075 amphibious attack ship will soon be in service, and this type of ship can be used as the main escort formation. At present, the type 055 destroyers can form an escort formation. In the comparison of maritime power between China and India, Chinas warship modernization level is higher than that of India, and China has the ability to cope with Indias attack in the direction of the sea.

Li Jie believed that China should strengthen the construction of islands and reefs in the South China Sea, further strengthen the deployment of military forces, and have certain air and sea control capabilities. At the same time, preparations should be made at the two ports of the Strait of Malacca. An escort formation should be set up at the passage from the South China Sea to the Strait of Malacca, and a certain force should be deployed at the other port to form a response. This can not only protect the Chinese transport vessels on the Strait of Malacca, but also take timely measures against the Indian armys attack. Li Jie said, Chinas type 075 amphibious attack ship will soon be in service, and this type of ship can be used as the main escort formation. At present, the type 055 destroyers can form an escort formation. In the comparison of maritime power between China and India, Chinas warship modernization level is higher than that of India, and China has the ability to cope with Indias attack in the direction of the sea.