India on Thursday requested China to respect the agreements reached between Special Representatives (SRs) of the two nations on the boundary dispute even as a result of it reiterated that there was no change within the established order at Doklam given that two nations ended their navy stand-off on 28 August.
“It is important that the understandings between the Special Representatives are scrupulously respected by both sides and that each side projects the position of the other side accurately,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar talked about at a press briefing.
He was requested for his response to newest statements emanating from Beijing saying China believes that the boundary in Sikkim had been well-defined beneath the 1890 Sino-British treaty.
The Indian spokesperson talked about negotiations for the settlement of the boundary question have been held between India and China on the stage of Special Representatives primarily based on the agreements and understandings reached between them from time to time. The most up-to-date understanding between them was reached in 2012.
On evaluations that India was pulling its troops further once more inside the Doklam area, he talked about, “Status quo prevails there and any statement to the contrary is incorrect.”