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Indian troops must 'back out' from Doklam, Foreign Minister says

By Wang Qingyun | | Updated: 2017-07-25 11:36

Foreign Minister Wang Yi urged Indian troops to "back out" from Doklam on Monday.

According to a statement the Foreign Ministry issued on Tuesday, Wang told reporters in Bangkok that it is very clear who is right and who is wrong in the standoff in Doklam, and that even Indian senior officials have publicly said that Chinese troops haven't intruded into Indian territory, which means that India admitted that it has entered Chinese territory.

"The solution to this issue is simple, which is that they back out honestly," Wang said.

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