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US will probably discuss India-China border situation during 2+2 dialogue: State Dept official

IndiaTimes Friday, 23 October 2020
The situation on the Line of Actual Control will probably be discussed at some point during 2+2 dialogue and the United States is watching the situation closely at the India-China border situation, said Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Dean Thompson on Thursday (local time).
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