Border stalemate India-China: Chinese Govt flashes white flag, pressures of conversation.
On Wednesday the India-China border standoff was fresh, when US President Donald Trump suggested the settlement of the "surging frontier conflict," while China appeared to be taking a step back after weeks of violence.
On Monday, conflicts between the two countries seemed to de-escalate as China was apparently conciliatory saying "totally secure and controllable" on the Indian border.
The announcement came one day after China's President Xi Jinping directed the army to step up the arrangements for war, while Indian Premier Modi met with Chief Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval as well as three Service Chiefs.
As China sent the world a great alert about the imminent conflict, the latest satellite photos point to large-scale military movements on the path close to the LAC in the area of Aksai Chin, the Ladakh zone that has been controlling Beijing since 1962.
The European Space Agency 's fresh pictures reveal evidence of activity in the field of Aksai Chin as early as the third week of this month.
Different visual systems can be bigger forces or the Chinese People's Liberation Army infrastructure campaign.
Speaker Zhao Lijian, Chinese Foreign Minister in Beijing, said that both China and India have appropriate channels for communication and discussion.
Zhao reported that China is transparent and consistent in its stance on border issues.
He said: "The Chinese-Indian border region has been increasingly secure and controllable," said he, 'We pledge to protecting our territorial integrity and protection and safegarding peace and harmony on the border regions.'