China will not share hydrological data with India until it withdraws its troops from Doklam, an expert at a Chinese think tank has said.
India today reacted with a one liner, ''The interview speaks for itself'' over the Japanese support for India's stand on Doklam, as expressed by its envoy in a talk with media. Japan's Ambassa
China on Friday told Japan not to make "random" comments on the Sino-Indian border stand-off even if it wants to support New Delhi.
As a tense military standoff in Doklam entered the third month, senior Indian and Chinese army officers discussed another border row on Wednesday, a day after troops of the two countries scuffled and
China on Wednesday again told India to pull back its troops from Doklam where the standoff between their armies entered the third month.
As the standoff in Doklam entered the third month, China on Wednesday renewed its call for India to withdraw troops from the area.