Doka La standoff ended following several negotiations with Indian Army, says Chinese army official
A top Chinese Army official on Sunday said several negotiations with the Indian Army paved the way for the resolution of Doka La crisis on the India-China border.
Beijing: A top Chinese army official on Sunday said several negotiations with the Indian Army paved the way for the resolution of Doka La crisis on the India-China border.
"This year, India military crossed the borderline into China's territory. Of course, it has safely been resolved," China's People's Liberation Army office Liu Fang said.
"My colleagues in the military and other ministries worked very closely and also we also had many times negotiations with Indian side," said Liu, the Staff Officer at the Office for International Military Cooperation of the PLA's Central Military Commission (CMC).
China's position contributed a lot to the peaceful resolution of the conflict, she added. Liu was talking on the sidelines of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party China.
"We are doing everything to protect national integrity and security," she added.
India and Chinese troops were locked in an over a two-month standoff at Doka La on their border. The crises, which erupted in June over Chinese building a road in an area claimed by Bhutan, ended in August, with both sides deciding to "disengage" from the face-off point.
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