In recent development in ongoing Indo-China tension, External Affairs Minister S
Jaishankar on Friday conveyed to his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi that there is the
need for "full and sincere" implementation of Moscow pact asserting that it was
necessary to complete the process of disengagement in eastern Ladakh "at the
earliest".The issue was brought up during a phone conversation that was initiated by
Wang to convey China's sympathies to India on the current second-wave of
COVID-19 situation. Earlier , At a meeting in Moscow on September 10 India and
China reached a five-point agreement to resolve the eastern Ladakh border row
during talks between Jaishankar and Wang.India and China were locked in military
standoff at multiple friction points in eastern Ladakh since early May last year the
Moscow agreement was suppose to dissolve the issues between two countries as it
has measures like quick disengagement of troops, avoiding action that could escalate
tensions, adherence to all agreements and protocols on border management and
steps to restore peace along the LAC.
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