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Situation in Ladakh the 'most serious' after 1962 conflict, says Jaishankar

Jaishankar called the situation in Ladakh the "most serious" after the 1962 conflict, adding the quantum of forces currently deployed at the Line of Actual Control(LAC) is also "unprecedented"

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S Jaishankar said it is "an extremely consequential relationship for both and it requires a strategy and a vision".

Press Trust of India New Delhi
A solution to the border row with China must be predicated on honouring all agreements and understandings without attempting to alter the status quo unilaterally, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said, in a clear assertion of India's position on the issue.
Jaishankar called the situation in Ladakh the "most serious" after the 1962 conflict, adding the quantum of forces currently deployed by both sides at the Line of Actual Control(LAC) is also "unprecedented". At the same time, he noted that all border situations were resolved through diplomacy.
"As you know, we are talking to the Chinese both through military channels and

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First Published: Aug 27 2020 | 10:56 AM IST

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