OSINT Report - Wuhan Summit – The Missing Maritime Connection?

Much has been written about the first India China Informal Summit in Wuhan on 27 and 28 April. As expected some remarks were condescending ignoring the mood of the moment and placed the Summit in the context of a larger India China competition in Asia. Others felt that this was a small interregnum in the spate of incidents on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and the International Boundary between the two countries which came into focus due to the 73 day face off in Doklam (Chinese Donglang) in 2017.  The focus of the debate has been the land boundary and continental geography and the word, “maritime,” did not find mention in the various releases related to the event. Some portions of the statement by the Government of India issued after the Wuhan Informal Summit which call for intimate cooperation between the  two countries including the military however need consideration and are underlined as follows............................

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