On China’s offer of mediation on Kashmir dispute, India on Thursday denied any third party mediation on Kashmir. India says that we are ready for bilateral talks with Pakistan on this issue.

India rejects China's offer of mediation on Kashmir, says third party is not accepted

External Affairs Ministry spokesman Gopal Bagale told reporters, “India’s situation is completely clear. There is no change in the attitude of India to talk to Pakistan on all issues, including Jammu and Kashmir, in the bilateral structure. “He said that the origin of this matter is being spread from across the border to terrorism and spread from a particular source. Terrorism has threatened peace and stability in the entire region.

On being asked that China has said that there were no bilateral talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping, the Foreign Ministry spokesman said that there was a dialogue between Hamburg in both of them. Many topics were discussed in the dialogue of both the leaders.

Bagley said that this (doklam case) is a serious matter for us. We have already clarified our position in this regard. External Affairs Ministry spokesman rejected the allegations of Pakistan that India is using chemical weapons in Kashmir. He said that India is against the use of chemical weapons anywhere in any situation.

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