The Chinese military is concentrating its forces in the South China Sea to divert its attention from the problem on the Ladakh border. Last June, Twenty Indian soldiers were killed by Chinese troops in Ladakh.
Military officials on both sides have already held five rounds of talks to defuse tensions. However, China has not yet completely withdrawn its forces.
Chinese navies are concentrated in the South China Sea to divert the world’s attention from the Ladakh issue. Japan, Vietnam, South Korea, Malaysia, and the Philippines share maritime borders with China.
But China claims 90 percent of the sea on its own.
Meanwhile, the Chinese navy is concentrating on the Japanese-Korean maritime border in the South China Sea. It is believed that China is taking such action to divert attention from the Ladakh issue.