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US says it is closely following reports of India, China troop revolt

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The US has said that it is closely following troop reports between India and China and is monitoring the situation. The State Department’s remarks came between the Indian and Chinese armies on Monday, and the infiltration of troops stopped in eastern Ladakh in a more than eight-month-long standoff. The two countries have reached a mutual agreement for the displacement of troops from the most contentious areas of North and South Pangong Lake. He said, “We are closely following the reports of the troop. State Department spokesman Ned Price told reporters at his daily news conference, “We welcome ongoing efforts to avoid this situation.” In response to questions asked about the displacement of Indian and Chinese troops from the Pangong Lake area of ​​Ladakh, we will certainly continue to monitor the situation, as both sides are working towards a peaceful solution. The border standoff between Indian and Chinese militants escalated on 5 May following a violent skirmish in the Pangong Lake areas and the two sides gradually increased their deployment to continue military force with thousands of troops as well as heavy weapons. Diplomatic talks Military commanders of both armies held a 10th round of talks on the Chinese side of the Moldo / Chushul border meeting point on 20 February. A joint statement issued at the end of a lengthy conversation said that the two sides positively confirmed the well-to-do, given the displacement of border troops in the Pangong Lake region, an important step that led to the real Provided a good basis for resolving other remaining issues along the Line of Control (LAC). “We are monitoring the situation. We certainly welcome reports of de-escalation and we are closely following the Army’s initial reports. The India-China border dispute covers 3,488 km of LAC. China considers Arunachal Pradesh a part of southern Tibet, while India opposes it. .