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Russian-In fact, on May 5 last year, clashes broke out between Indian and Chinese forces east of Ladakh. It was the first time in 45 years that soldiers had been killed on both sides during the fighting.
St Petersburg: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday confirmed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping are “top leaders”. able to resolve disputes between the two countries. He said it was important that “no regional power” should disrupt the process.

While Russia publicly criticized the four-nation group of Quad (India, US, Japan and Australia), Putin asked how the nation should be involved in the process and how much it should build relations with other countries. It is not Moscow’s job to conduct this test. But no relationship should be for the purpose of meeting against each other. Putin’s comments in response to a question about Moscow’s view of the inclusion of Quad and India in the group came in the wake of China’s claim that foreign powers are trying to strengthen Beijing’s influence in the Indo-Pacific region. Designed for control. He stressed that there was no “contradiction” in Russia’s cooperation with India, relations between Moscow and Beijing.

“No one should interrupt the middle.”
Putin said, ‘Yes, I know there are some problems related to relations between India and China, but there are always many problems between neighboring countries. However, I am aware of the position of both the Prime Minister of India and the President of China. They are responsible and treat each other with dignity and respect. I am sure that any issue that comes up, they will find a solution to it. But it is important that no external force should interfere with this.

Let us note that on May 5 last year, there was a standoff between the Indian and Chinese forces east of Ladakh. It was the first time in 45 years that soldiers had been killed on both sides during the fighting. However, there has been limited progress in withdrawing troops from the Pangong Lake area and negotiations remain unrestricted in taking similar steps in other areas of the conflict.

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