India-China has not told us anything about the dispute
Sunbd Desk || Published: 2020-07-30 15:43:28 || Updated: 2020-07-30 15:45:04
On the recent China-Indian border dispute, Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said, “Neither India nor China has told us anything and we are not aware of it.
When our media questioned, we said we want a peaceful and stable situation. We want better solutions through negotiations. We never sniff about anyone’s internal affairs. This is our position in all matters.
“We are a peace-loving country and we have friendship with all our neighbors, no enmity with anyone,” he said. The media is deliberately spreading absurd things, which can be called rubbish.
The foreign minister told reporters on Thursday.
At the time, he said, some Indians had died in China-Indian tensions and the Indian prime minister had said no one had occupied even an inch of land. The Indian government did not send us any verbal notes that any of them had died. As a result, naturally we did not make any statement.
Regarding the media reports that the Indian Ambassador is not meeting the Prime Minister, External Affairs Minister AK Abdul Momen said, The Indian ambassador did not meet the Prime Minister. The Indian government did not send us any note verbal that any of their people had died. As a result, naturally we did not make any statement. Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said,
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