Ceasefire violations: China intervenes, asks India and Pakistan to stop exchanging firing
- After many ceasefire violations across the international border of India and Pakistan, now foreign countries have also started taking interest
- On Wednesday, China asked India and Pakistan to stop exchanging fires across the border
- The highly populated country suggested dialogue talks to resolve the issue
- "China is highly attentive to the situation," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said while replying to a question on the exchange for fire by Indian and Pakistani forces.
- "As a neighbour and friend of both Pakistan and India we hope the two sides can exercise restraint and stop trading fire and stick to dialogue and consultation, keep the situation in check and properly deal with the issues," Hong said .
- "They should work together to jointly safeguard the peace, stability and development of South Asia," he said.