Indian drone 'intrudes' into China's airspace, 'crashes': Chinese Military

China earlier expressed strong strong dissatisfaction and opposition to what it said was an Indian intrusion

China earlier expressed strong strong dissatisfaction and opposition to what it said was an Indian intrusion

The external affairs ministry said Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will visit India for the trilateral.

"According to our information, Wang will meet with the top officials of India and detailed information will be released in due course", Geng said.

The three foreign ministers are expected to exchange views on major global and regional issues of common concern and also deepen trilateral pragmatic cooperation, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuan told a media briefing in Beijing today. India had objected to the construction highlighting its security concerns.

"India just wants to incite the U.S. to cooperate with India on containing China", said Hu. Chinese military's western theatre command jurisdiction covers nearly all of the 3488-km Line of Actual Control (LAC), including Tibet's border region with India and the Ladakh region.

Chinese officials in off the record conversations said differences over Azhar's issue may be resolved.

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China's accusation comes months after the two countries ended one of their worst border standoffs in decades in the disputed Doklam region near Indian state Sikkim.

China has invited India to join President Xi Jinping's new "Silk Road" project to revive ancient trade routes from Asia to Europe and Africa.

Relations between the two countries soured in June when India said it opposed a Chinese attempt to extend a road on the Doklam/Donglang plateau, at the border of China, India and Bhutan.

The second abrupt change occurred in September when China gave an unusually warm reception to the unheralded visit of Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, he added.

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