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Nepal neutral on Galwan valley clash

Nepal neutral on Galwan valley clash


Tribune News Service

New Delhi, June 20

Nepal, which is embroiled with India in a cartographic dispute, has taken a middle path on the clashes on the Sino-Indian border. During the 1962 India-China war, Nepal had taken a similarly neutral stand which was spurred by a settlement of its border disputes with China. Unlike Germany, the US and several other nations, some of which sent personal messages of commiseration, Nepal did not condole the deaths of the Indian soldiers.

In a statement, the Nepal Foreign Office said it was confident that both its “friendly neighbours” would resolve their border stand-off at the LAC, keeping in mind the stability of the region and world peace.

Touching specifically on the area where 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives, the Nepal Foreign Office said, “in the context of recent developments in the Galwan valley area between our friendly neighbours India and China, Nepal is confident that both will resolve their mutual differences through peaceful means.”


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