‘Will continue dialogue’: MEA on Ladakh border standoff with China India News –

NEW DELHI: India on Thursday said it will continue dialogue and communication through military and diplomatic channels with China on the border standoff in eastern Ladakh and that both sides have agreed to hold another round of talks soon. External affairs ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava while referring to the ongoing military talks between the two countries also rejected as “baseless” a report in a British daily ‘The Times’, which quoted a Chinese professor to claim that the Chinese PLA had used “microwave weapons” to force Indian soldiers to leave positions in eastern Ladakh.…

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