Indian army vehicles move along a highway leading to Ladakh, which Beijing says it does not recognise. Photo: EPA-EFE Indian army vehicles move along a highway leading to Ladakh, which Beijing says it does not recognise. Photo: EPA-EFE
Indian army vehicles move along a highway leading to Ladakh, which Beijing says it does not recognise. Photo: EPA-EFE

China-India relations: Beijing stresses that it does not recognise Ladakh

  • China ‘does not recognise the so-called Ladakh union territory, illegally established by India’, foreign ministry says
  • Statement comes after reports say India recently completed construction of eight new bridges in disputed region

Topic |   China-India relations
Indian army vehicles move along a highway leading to Ladakh, which Beijing says it does not recognise. Photo: EPA-EFE Indian army vehicles move along a highway leading to Ladakh, which Beijing says it does not recognise. Photo: EPA-EFE
Indian army vehicles move along a highway leading to Ladakh, which Beijing says it does not recognise. Photo: EPA-EFE
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