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July 20th, 2017, 1:58 pm #1


Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Read more

China moved troops, heavy war gear to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: PLA Daily

Come up with better arrangement for peace: US tells India, China
Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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July 20th, 2017, 2:03 pm #2

Chinese Soldiers can either wear Panties and march back to Beijing or Strip Naked and get ****** by Indian Soldiers.
lol...stupid Chinese .
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July 20th, 2017, 5:00 pm #3

Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Read more

China moved troops, heavy war gear to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: PLA Daily

Come up with better arrangement for peace: US tells India, China
Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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dude the Chinese diplomat is telling you the truth.

India still has a chance before too late

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July 20th, 2017, 6:01 pm #4

Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Read more

China moved troops, heavy war gear to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: PLA Daily

Come up with better arrangement for peace: US tells India, China
Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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Dude we are waiting for showdown.
Both country will go down together. There ain't no winner in this war China man.
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July 20th, 2017, 6:12 pm #5

Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Read more

China moved troops, heavy war gear to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: PLA Daily

Come up with better arrangement for peace: US tells India, China
Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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Kudos to the Indians. They are the first forumers here on WAFF who take on the Chinese head on. Others have tried with more or less success but definitely with less efficiency than the Indians have displayed. The yellow midget Chingeloo snowflakes are getting a beating ... at least on this board.
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July 20th, 2017, 6:37 pm #6

Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Read more

China moved troops, heavy war gear to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: PLA Daily

Come up with better arrangement for peace: US tells India, China
Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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OK if Indians wanna be stupid then we can not help you more.

















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July 20th, 2017, 6:46 pm #7

Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Read more

China moved troops, heavy war gear to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: PLA Daily

Come up with better arrangement for peace: US tells India, China
Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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pull out

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July 20th, 2017, 7:08 pm #8

Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Read more

China moved troops, heavy war gear to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: PLA Daily

Come up with better arrangement for peace: US tells India, China
Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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Take these pictures and whip your butttt with it. According to other media nothing is going on at the border but drink hot tea.
China just bark through cock roaches like you and nothing else beside that. Now run and suck Pakistani lollipop.
Chinese and Pakistani dogs

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July 20th, 2017, 7:23 pm #9

Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Read more

China moved troops, heavy war gear to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: PLA Daily

Come up with better arrangement for peace: US tells India, China
Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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What have you done, Eric

Now the mighty Chinese troll army and their slaves like pakis will be over this thread "proving" how China can capture New Delhi in a day, how they can divide India by supporting rebellions, How India is incompetent etc etc
"Do not miss the wood for the trees or win the battle at the cost of war" - Arthashastra
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July 21st, 2017, 1:54 am #10

Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
Read more

China moved troops, heavy war gear to Tibet after Sikkim standoff: PLA Daily

Come up with better arrangement for peace: US tells India, China
Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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Nice Pictures! Especially liked the internal missile box picture.

Thanks
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July 21st, 2017, 2:06 am #11

Sikkim standoff: Indian soldiers can withdraw, be captured or be killed, says former Chinese diplomat to India
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off between India and China in the Doklam area.
india Updated: Jul 20, 2017 17:37 IST

Sutirtho Patranobis
Hindustan Times, Beijing

A former Chinese diplomat who recently served in India has said that Indian troops deployed at the disputed Donglang area could either withdraw voluntarily, be captured or be killed.
The comments by Liu Youfa, a former Chinese consulate general in Mumbai, come amid a military stand-off in the Donglang area – also called Doklam – with Beijing blaming Indian soldiers of trespass and preventing Chinese soldiers from building a road in the region, which is also claimed by Bhutan.
“According to what I understand of international law, when people in uniform get across the border to move into the territory of the other side, they naturally become enemies who will have to face three consequences: First, they can go out voluntarily, or they may be captured or when the border dispute should escalate, they may be killed,” Liu told CGTN, the English channel of national broadcaster CCTV.
Read more

Rising Hindu nationalism has hijacked India's China policy: Chinese media

US worried by Chinese military build-up in Asia-Pacific, says top general
Liu said the current standoff might be said be part of the border dispute but “it is an invasion.”
Speaking at a program on the standoff, Liu said China has been “patient” so far.
“So, there are three possibilities. So, I think the Chinese side is standing there waiting for the Indian side to make the sensitive choice” and pull out of the region, Liu argued. “This is the best result for both sides to avoid the eventual confrontation.”
“The Chinese side has so far given so much time for the Indian side, for our Indian friends to take sensitive measures,” Liu, who is associated with a Chinese think-tank, said.
Beijing wants India to withdraw its troops from Donglang before the two sides can open talks. New Delhi says the road, if built, will have serious security implications for India.
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Liu brushed aside India’s concerns about its security concerns.
“Indian forces have stepped across the border with no warning. We have a saying: You have stepped into my front yard and when I ask you to move, you say you got to give me something to pull out. Is that logical?” he asked.
Building roads in borderline areas are sovereign rights for India and China.
“Construction of the road by the Chinese government should not service the ground to send your troops across the border,” Liu said. India is building airfields and highway networks along the border and “…you cannot stop China from doing the same.”
“China and India are two great neighbours that cannot afford to be hostile to each other. Neither side should take the advantages of the concessions and the goodwill to move beyond reasonable limits,” he said.
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Can't wait to see the WS 2D in action.
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