New Delhi, August 28: Following the withdrawal of troops from the face-off site at Doklam, China’s Defence Ministry reportedly warned India to draw lesson from the incident. Report of China Global Television network arrived after India and China mutually agreed to disengage troops from the disputed region in the tri-junction with Bhutan, in a breakthrough ahead of the BRICS summit in China next week.Also Read - Chinese Scientists To Investigate Mysterious 'Hut' Spotted on the Moon
As per news agency ANI, China Global Television network said that China’s defense ministry warned India to draw lesson from Doklam standoff after India withdrew troops. However, no such official warning has been noted by the Indian authorities. China also earlier claimed that the Indian troops have withdrawn to Indian territory and its army will continue to patrol the area. Also Read - India Surpasses Brazil to Become No. 1 In Food Supply To Arab Nations In 15 Years
According to an official statement released by the Ministry of External Affairs, both the two countries agreed in Astana in early June that differences should not be allowed to become disputes and that India-China relations must remain stable. The Indian authorities also said that the disengagement operation has been completed under verification. Also Read - India vs Pakistan: India Eye to Avenge 10-Wicket T20 World Cup Loss vs Pakistan, Schedule to be Announced in January
India has always maintained that only through diplomatic channels the differences on such an issue can be addressed. It also said that the principled position of India in this regard is that agreements and understandings reached must be scrupulously respected.