US says it’s closely monitoring India-China border row, urges peace

This comes hours after India said that 20 of its Army personnel were killed in violent clashes with Chinese troops at Galway Valley at the Line of Actual Control (LAC)

Current Affairs : The United States on Tuesday said it is “intently checking” the circumstance among India and China after a brutal go head to head between troops of the two nations at the Line of Actual Control and has stretched out help to a serene goals of the current circumstance.

“We are intently checking the circumstance among Indian and Chinese powers along the Line of Actual Control. The two India and China want to de-raise, and we bolster a quiet goals of the current circumstance,” a State Department representative said.

This comes hours after India said that 20 of its Army work force were killed in fierce conflicts with Chinese soldiers at Galway Valley at the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

“We note the Indian military has reported that 20 troopers have kicked the bucket, and we give our sympathies to their families. During their call on June 2, 2020, President Trump and Prime Minister Modi examined the circumstance on the India-China fringe,” the representative further said.

During the faceoff, the External Affairs Ministry stated, the two sides endured setbacks and the Chinese side had withdrawn from the agreement to regard the LAC in the Galway Valley.

The faceoff occurred on late night and night of June 15 in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley because of an endeavor by the Chinese soldiers to “singularly change” the norm during de-heightening in Eastern Ladakh.

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