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India says no event to mark 70 years of its ties with China has been launched so far

 Anirban Bhaumik, 


With troopers of the two countries occupied with a deadlock along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh, New Delhi on Friday explained that the proposed festivity of the 70th commemoration of the foundation of strategic relations among India and China had not yet been begun. 


New Delhi excused Beijing's charge that the proposed arrival of a postal stamp honoring the foundation of the strategic relations between the two countries must be canceled as India didn't furnish China with any input before the hour of the dispatch commonly concurred by the two sides. 


'This is authentically inaccurate,' Anurag Srivastava, the representative of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), said. 


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He was responding to a tweet by Ji Rong, the representative of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in New Delhi, accusing the absence of input from the Government of India for the crossing out of the arrival of the dedicatory stamp by the State Post Bureau of the socialist nation. 


'It might likewise be noticed that the dispatch of the 70th-commemoration festivities itself has not occurred at this point, and hence, the issue of proceeding with joint exercises under its ambit doesn't emerge,' Srivastava told writers in New Delhi. 


He said that the joint arrival of dedicatory stamps to check the 70th commemoration of political relations among India and China was one of the exercises settled upon by New Delhi and Beijing a year ago. In any case, the MEA representative added, the different sides had no conversation on any date for the arrival of the stamp. 


India and China set up discretionary relations on April 1, 1950. The different sides had intended to hold 70 occasions in 2020-21 to honor its 70th commemoration. 


At the point when Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping held their second 'casual culmination' at a coastline resort close to Chennai, they had examined recognizing the 70th commemoration of the foundation of political relations. 


New Delhi and Beijing, notwithstanding, needed to delay all such occasions in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Modi and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang had kept in touch with one another trading welcome on April 1 this year. Xi did as well and President Ram Nath Kovind. 


In any case, no other occasion could be held, for the Covid-19 pandemic as well as on the grounds that the two countries got occupied with a military deadlock, which carried the relations to a new low in the course of recent months.

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