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India and China continue to maintain communication to ensure complete disconnection in eastern Ladakh: MEA | India News

NEW DELHI: India and China continue to maintain communication through diplomatic and military channels to ensure complete disengagement at all friction points along LAC in Ladakh and full restoration of peace and tranquility, the ministry said Thursday. of Foreign Affairs.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava told the regular press conference that the two sides agreed to another round of senior commander meetings.
“The two parties continue to maintain communication through diplomatic and military channels with the aim of ensuring total disconnection at all points of friction throughout LAC in the western sector and the total restoration of peace and tranquility. Both parties They agreed to have another round of top brass meet at an appropriate time. As we get more information, we will share it with you, “he said.
Responding to a question about Indian workers in the UAE, Srivastava said that the visit of Foreign Minister S Jaishankar showed the continued close friendship between the two countries.
He said Jaishankar thanked the UAE leadership for caring for the Indian community during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“There is an air bubble agreement between India and the United Arab Emirates and both countries expressed satisfaction that despite the Covid-19 restrictions and the resulting economic problems, large numbers of Indians have been able to travel back to the United Arab Emirates, “Srivastava said.
Jaishankar had embarked on a three-country tour to Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and the Seychelles last month.
When asked about reports that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be the main guest on Republic Day, he said that any such announcement is made closer to the event.
“As you all know, the announcement about the main guest for our Republic Day celebrations is made closer to the event, so when there is something to share, we will be happy to do so,” he said.

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