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  China offers facilitating role reducing Pak-India tension
BEIJING, July 12 (INP): China on Wednesday showed its willingness to play a facilitating role for reducing relations between Pakistan and India. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Geng Shuang said here at a regular news briefing that on-going tension along the Line of Control in Kashmir is posing threat to peace and stability of the region. When asked what role China could play to defuse tensions between Pakistan and India on Kashmir, the spokesperson said that they are ready to play a constructive role to improve their relationship. Both Islamabad and New Delhi needed to start a meaningful dialogue for the settlement of their bilateral disputes and promote peace in the region, he added. “The conflict, occurring near the Line of Control in Kashmir will not only harm the peace and stability of the two countries but also peace and tranquility of the region,” he remarked. He said the situation in the Kashmir has attracted attention of the world community, adding, ‘Both India and Pakistan are important countries in South Asia and we hope that relevant sides can do more things that are conducive to peace and stability in the region and avoid escalating the tensions.’ When asked to comment that the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers has strongly condemned India for the tensions in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) and called upon India, United Nations to implement Security Council’s resolutions on Kashmir, he said, “We have noted the relevant report.” Responding to a question about current border standoff between China and India in the Sikkim section, he reiterated his demand and asked the Indian side to withdraw its troops from Chinese territory and properly settle this dispute at an early date. “We once again require India to withdraw border troops to Indian side of boundary and properly settle this dispute at an early date,” he added. China, he said, has pointed out many times the illegal trespass of Indian border troops on mutually recognized borderline on China territory. The spokesperson said the current trespass is different in nature from the frictions happened in the undefined sections of the boundary. The Sikkim section has special historical background and this is only defined boundary between China and India and it is totally different from the undefined boundaries in the East, Middle and West parts, he added. He said as per the 1890 Convention, the Sikkim section has been defined and it has been recognized by both China and India governments. INP/JVD/AJ
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