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The expert assessed the relations of India and China

India and China in the future will consider each other as strategic rivals in the South Asian region, according to Professor of MGIMO of the MFA of Russia and the HSE Sergey Lunev.

According to him, the current geopolitical realities play an important role for the region of South Asia.

India and China will hold a new round of consultations on border issues

China and India will hold a new round of consultations on border issues, as well as meeting military commanders, said Thursday the official representative of the Chinese foreign Ministry Zhao Lijiang.

When to hold talks, he said.

India and China will continue consultations on the restoration of peace on the border

China and India will continue consultations of military experts and diplomats to ensure the full and lasting restoration of peace and tranquility in the border areas, said the Ministry of foreign Affairs of India.

Previously the foreign Ministry of the PRC announced that the results of telephone conversation of the special representatives on border issue - the national security adviser of India Ajit doval and the foreign Minister of China Wang Yi, the parties agreed as soon as possible to complete the process of withdrawal of troops on the line of contact between the parties.

Media: in Ladakh the military dismantle temporary structures

Indian and Chinese military began to dismantle temporary structures in Ladakh and took away part of the line of contact, reports the newspaper The Hindu, citing military sources.

"Chinese troops have shifted to two kilometers from the place of contact Galvan. Temporary structures are being demolished by both parties", - said the interlocutor of the newspaper.

India will stop importing power equipment from China and Pakistan

India will not import power equipment from China and Pakistan, said Minister of energy of India, Raj Kumar Singh.

"India imported power equipment in the amount of 710 billion rupees (9.4 billion dollars), including (the import amount) of 210 billion rupees ($2.8 billion) from China ... This is something that we cannot afford when the country invaded our territory ... we are not going to borrow from China and Pakistan," said Singh at the conference, which was broadcast online.

India will continue its policy of strengthening the state, said modi

India will continue its policy of strengthening the state for the sake of peace, it is the law of the country and new Delhi will continue to do so, said Prime Minister Narendra modi during his speech in Ladakh before Indian soldiers.

The Prime Minister of India visited bordering China region for the first time after the conflict the Indian and Chinese military.

Military from China and India held a meeting on the settlement at the border

Representatives of the military command of India and China held a third meeting to resolve the situation in the border zone, said the official representative of the Chinese foreign Ministry Zhao Lijiang.

He stressed that "the Chinese side welcomes this."

India wants to strengthen control over Chinese goods from ASEAN countries

India seeks to strengthen control over import of goods by Chinese companies from the countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), reports the Economic Times citing sources.

According to interlocutors of the newspaper, new Delhi has the information that China is creating a new company or acquires a company that doesn't exist in countries such as Vietnam. Using these shell companies, Chinese firms are rebranding and export of goods to India using free trade agreement of India with ASEAN, the newspaper writes.

Media reported about the plans of India to "put pressure" on Russia to supply s-400

Indian authorities are trying to "put pressure" on Moscow to accelerate deliveries of Russian anti-aircraft missile systems s-400 due to the deterioration of relations with China, sources told Bloomberg.

The Agency noted that this question will be the defense Minister Rajnath Singh, who arrived in Russia for the Victory parade. Earlier it was reported that during a three-day visit, the politician plans to meet with Russian counterparts to discuss the deepening of defence and strategic partnerships.

The foreign Ministers of Russia, India and China will hold talks

The Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Tuesday to discuss with colleagues in the format of Russia-India-China further deepening of trilateral cooperation, including in the fight against global crises.

The talks of RICK will be held online. But not only the coronavirus pandemic will affect the course of this meeting almost to the last moment, it remained unclear whether it will be held at all, given the escalation in the region of Ladakh, where the line of actual control between India and China.

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