Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Experts say the Indian troops on the border negotiations useless southern Tibet
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Global Times correspondent reported that a high Youbin 10 Chinese expert on South Asia, “Global Times” reporter, said Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has put the issue on the relentless southern Tibet and the Indian army troops in the region are trying to show their moves on the issue of the border “will and determination.” However, India should adhere to the way negotiations with China to resolve border disputes.
According to reports, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said Thursday that China is India’s “strategic partner”, India will strengthen cooperation with China. But he also stressed that in both long-standing border issue, India will not compromise, will continue to strengthen border defense, in response to possible “threats.”
Singh put it at the same time, the Indian military has not been idle. Indian military says it has started its so-called “Arunachal Pradesh” (ie, southern Tibet, China) the deployment of two divisions, a total of 50 000 -6 million people, will also deployed 36 Su-30MKI fighters.
this, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of Asia-Pacific deputy director Sun Shihai, “Global Times” reporter, said Singh said this “tells the truth.” On the one hand, China is India’s powerful neighbors, China and India have common interests on many issues, so it had to strengthen cooperation with China. On the other hand, on the border issue, Singh’s speech and the Indian military moves are attempts to show determination, will and strength to the domestic Chinese and international community to see. But in fact, India is doing to the misunderstanding of China, because China will not change the policy of peaceful negotiations.
Sun Shihai said, this may be because in India in the border negotiations, India and there have been some difficulties. However, this approach does not solve the problem for good, because the two sides have agreed to resolve their differences through negotiations, and this track has made some progress. Although both sides still inevitably there are some differences, but India should not adopt such an approach, because the distortion will only mislead the Chinese people in India, and damage Sino-Indian relations. He said, in fact, is not no way the two sides and ability to solve the problem, India should insist on negotiating with China.