No need for U.S. intervention, says China on border row

Zhao Lijian

The leaders of US and India spoke over the phone to discuss the border issue along with India’s inclusion to G-7 summit. China’s Foreign Ministry has issued a statement that the current border dispute between India and China does not need any third party intervention and that bilateral channels between the two countries are open to resolve the tensions along the LAC. The article also gives some light on the U.S.-China relationship.

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