Chinese Army representative team to visit India after the Doklam controversy

After the discussion between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping in Budha, a delegation of China's army to improve military relations between the two countries is on a tour of India. 

For the first time since the Doklam controversy, a group of 10 senior army officers from China reached Sukna in West Bengal and met with their counterparts at the 33 Corps headquarters. During this time, both sides discussed the peace and harmony on the border. Like every year, this year also the Hand in Hand Military practice has been proposed between the two countries, which was postponed after the Dullamal dispute. 

The Chinese military delegation will also visit the Eastern Command. It will continue for Chinese military officials from 2 July to 6 July. In order to determine the condition and direction of future relations between India and China, China's Ambassador has given a four-point formula in which the first is a comprehensive agreement on friendship and cooperation. 

The second suggestion is to start negotiations on the Free Trade Agreement. It is therefore important that the war between business and business is happening in China and the US. The third suggestion by the Chinese ambassador is that there is a shared campaign on connectivity projects. Their fourth suggestion is that the boundary dispute will be expeditious and it is through special representatives.

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