Bijing, ANI / PTI. After India over the current border tension between India and China, China has now turned down the offer of mediation by US President Donald Trump. China has said that no third party is needed to resolve the case. Reacting to the US president’s offer for the first time, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that the two countries do not want any third-party intervention to resolve the current military deadlock. Border-related mechanisms and communication channels exist between China and India. He reiterated his earlier remark that now the situation in China-India border area is stable and under control.
According to news agency PTI, Zhao Lijian said on the arbitration offer made by Trump, “We are able to resolve the issues between us properly through dialogue and consultation.” We do not require third party intervention. We are committed to enforcing the important consensus reached between the leaders of the two countries, complying with bilateral agreements and protecting regional sovereignty and security, stability and peace in the border region. ‘
Trump offered to mediate to resolve the case
Significantly, there were reports recently that the troops of the two countries are stationed in Ladakh region at a distance of a few hundred meters from each other. The number of soldiers from both sides is also being increased. During this time, US President Donald Trump offered to mediate to resolve the case.
India has already turned down an arbitration offer
Trump had said in a tweet that we have informed India and China that the US is ready and able to resolve and mediate their border dispute. India has already turned down the offer of arbitration. After this, China has also turned down the offer. Both countries say that this border dispute will be resolved through negotiations.
Trump has offered to mediate between India and Pakistan
According to the news agency PTI, India had said that it was engaged in resolving the peace on the border with China peacefully, on the offer of arbitration by Trump. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava said that we are negotiating with the Chinese side to resolve it peacefully. US President Trump had earlier offered to mediate between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue, which was rejected by India.