Tibet’s disputed border with India is a source of friction between the two sides. Photo: Xinhua Tibet’s disputed border with India is a source of friction between the two sides. Photo: Xinhua
Tibet’s disputed border with India is a source of friction between the two sides. Photo: Xinhua

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi visits Tibet to ‘send message to India’ over border dispute

  • The two countries have shown little signs of resolving the stand-off that prompted a deadly clash in the Galwan Valley in June
  • Diplomatic observers said Wang’s visit highlighted how Beijing sees the region as vital to its national security

Topic |   China-India relations
Tibet’s disputed border with India is a source of friction between the two sides. Photo: Xinhua Tibet’s disputed border with India is a source of friction between the two sides. Photo: Xinhua
Tibet’s disputed border with India is a source of friction between the two sides. Photo: Xinhua
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