Wion News:  Chinese envoy to India Sun Weidong said today that troops along the Line of Actual Control(LAC) have disengaged at my places and the situation is “de-escalating and the temperature is coming down”.
 Indian and Chinese troops have been taking part in the disengagement process over the past one month after the clash at Galwan Valley led to the death of 20 Indian soldiers, although the PLA had suffered casualties as well but China’s foreign ministry has refused to divulge details.
 The Chinese envoy said China is not a strategic threat to India while adding that “China, India need peace rather than confrontation and win-win cooperation rather than zero-sum game.””Ties should move forward not backward,” the envoy asserted.
 Sun Weidong stated that India and China have always pursued good neighbourly relations and said that “China will never seek hegemony”. “Galwan was an unfortunate incident and after that both sides held talks,” he added.
The envoy said that China and India have “never stopped moving forward” and properly handle differences through consultations.