Expressing serious concern about the current situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir, a Chinese foreign ministry’s spokesperson on Tuesday asked the parties concerned to avoid actions that unilaterally change the status quo and exacerbate the tension.
“China is seriously concerned about the current situation in Jammu Kashmir,” Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Hua Chunying said in her remarks after Indian government’s announced the abolition of the special status of Indian held Kashmir.
China firmly opposed India’s move to include Chinese territories into its own administrative region at the Western section of the Sino-Indian border area, Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Hua Chunying said on Tuesday.
“China has always opposed the Indian side’s entry of the Chinese territory in the western section of the Sino-Indian border into the administrative jurisdiction of India,” she made these comments after the Indian government announced recently that it has established a “Ladakh Central Administrative Region,” which has included parts of Chinese territories at the two nations’ western border.
While reiterating the Chinese side policy on Kashmir, she said, “China’s position on the Kashmir issue is clear and consistent.