Indian Drone Invaded China's Airspace And Crashed, Alleges Chinese Media

Indian Drone Invaded China's Airspace And Crashed, Alleges Chinese Media

Indian Drone Invaded China's Airspace And Crashed, Alleges Chinese Media

"India's move has infringed upon China's territorial sovereignty, and we are strongly dissatisfied with and opposed to this", Zhang has been quoted as saying by the state-run Xinhua news agency. However, the report didn't specify when and where the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) had entered into China's airspace and what kind of markings the drone had. China claims an Indian drone that crashlanded violated its airspace.

And it looks like the defence officials are aware of these China-Pakistan-made bunkers as sources told India Today that Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has already visited these areas quite a few times to study the situation and see how prepared the forces are to handle an emergency.

The incident comes shortly after both nations pulled back their troops to resolve the Doka La standoff.

China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said: "Recently an Indian unmanned aircraft invaded China's airspace and crashed in the Sikkim section of China-India border".

In this photograph taken on July 10, 2008, a Chinese soldier gestures as he stands near an Indian soldier on the Chinese side of the ancient Nathu La border crossing between India and China in the Sikkim state.

Chinese military officials said the incident is under investigation.

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There has been no immediate response to the Chinese allegation from India.

There were media reports then that Wang had put off his visit to India to protest New Delhi's decision to allow the Dalai Lama to travel to Arunachal Pradesh.

India and China were recently locked in a standoff in the Dokalam region after Chinese troops began constructing a road near the tri-junction with Bhutan.

It has also been reported earlier that PLA was slowly starting to increase the number of troops at the border and Beijing has once again started working on its roads and upgrading and widening the existing routes.

The diplomat added that the parties would discuss coordination of efforts within the UN, BRICS (that involves Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the G20, the East Asia Summit (EAS) and the ASEAN Regional Security Forum.

The first "seemingly abrupt change" occurred on August 28 when China and India suddenly ended their stand-off, he said.

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