Indian-American Congressman Dr Ami Bera on Friday expressed issue over the Chinese aggression alongside its India border and asked Beijing to use diplomatic mechanisms instead than power to settle boundary troubles with the neighbouring region.
His feedback came amid a border standoff among Indian and Chinese militaries.
The two sides are engaged in diplomatic and navy talks amidst escalating stress pursuing the violent clashes in Galwan Valley on June 15. Twenty Indian Army personnel ended up killed in the clash.
“I stimulate China to use its longstanding diplomatic mechanisms with India to deescalate the predicament somewhat than force to settle boundary challenges,” Dr Bera, the longest-serving Indian American in Property of Representatives, mentioned in a tweet.
As Chair of the Residence Foreign Subcommittee on Asia, Dr Bera claimed that he is “worried by ongoing Chinese aggression together its border” with India.
“Although this is a issue concerning China and India, it is my perspective that escalating military forces on either side of the Line of Actual Handle will be counterproductive and unhelpful,” Dr Bera claimed.