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As issue is not settled yet, border incidents may continue to occur, says Chinese President Xi Jinping

September 18, 2014 | By

New Delhi, India: During a joint press briefing visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping said that the incidents might continue to occur at India-China border as the areas were not properly demarcated.

Earlier addressing the joint press conference, the Indian prime minister Narindra Modi said: “Clarifications on LAC can be a big step to peace across Sino-Indian borders. I have discussed India’s concerns relating to China’s visa policy and trans border rivers. Early resolution would enhance mutual trust”.

Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi

Xi Jinping and Narendra Modi

In his addressing head of China said: “China-India boundary issue is a problem which has troubled both sides for long. The China-India border areas have maintained peace and tranquility. As the area is yet to be demarcated, there may be some incidents”.

India and China have long-standing differences over the demarcation of boundaries and India accuses China for making repeated violations of Line of Actual Control (LAC) in certain sectors of Ladakh.

Chumar is one of the very few places along the Line of Actual Control where access to the border areas is easier from the Indian side and this place has witnessed several face-off situations in the last two-three years.

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