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India and China agree on a five-point plan for resolving border clash

On Thursday, Indian foreign minister S Jaishankar had a crucial meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Moscow. During the meeting, both the countries agreed to enable the 5-point plan to resolve the border clash at the Line of Actual Control (LAC). This was the first meeting between foreign ministers Jaishankar and Wang since the India-China violent clash occurred in May. Earlier, Jaishankar had met with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in the ongoing SCO Meet.

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