The English text of the protocol, signed in New Delhi on 11 April 2005, is on the bilateral/multilateral documents page of the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MEA). A copy and summary of the protocol can also be accessed in the UNITED Nations Peacemakers Database and the AP-X Peace Agreement database. The aim of the protocol is to implement previous agreements and "modalities for implementing confidence-building measures, including through procedures for exchanging information on troop movements and holding semi-annual meetings on border issues." They also agreed to resolve by diplomatic means any violation of the treaty or a solution. Although the exact details of the collision of 15 Some experts have drawn attention to a number of factors, including both parties citing violations of existing agreements, military rearmament and infrastructure/road development near the LAC, and the revocation of Jammu-Kachmir`s autonomous status by the Indian government, which led to the creation of the Lakhda Union Empire as a contribution. Senior Indian and Chinese military commanders are currently in their fourth round of talks to "negotiate the next stage of withdrawal between the two armies along the Effective Line of Control (LAC) " in order to "reduce tensions along the disputed border." Special Representatives (SR) also held diplomatic discussions and negotiations on the border issue established in 2003 and on the India-China Border Work and Coordination Mechanism (WMCC) established in 2012. Reading the text of the article from Article VI makes it clear that the BDCA is doing little to reduce the likelihood of misperception of The LoAC. Article VI expressly prohibits one party from actively tracking or following another party`s patrols, as was the case in April. Articles VI, VII and VIII explicitly describe dispute resolution procedures in "areas where there is no common understanding of the effective line of control." This is intended to cast doubt on the usefulness of the 1993 agreement. At the time of the Daulat Beg Oldi incident, China never acknowledged that it had entered Indian territory. With the BDCA, the Chinese could have invoked a common lack of understanding. Improved means of communication between the two parties will reduce the likelihood of accidental intrusion, but if China deliberately chooses to provoke India, it could have a stronger base.
Signed in New Delhi on November 29, 1996, available in the Chinese AMF contract base in English, Chinese and Hindi. Copies and summaries of the agreement are also available in the UNITED Nations Peacemakers Database and the University of Edinburgh`s AP-X Peace Agreements database. According to the UN peacemakers` website, the agreement allows for "military disclosure when the parties conduct border exercises and downsizing in border areas. In addition, parties may, by invitation, observe and inspect troop movements in any other territory. In this agreement, the two sides agreed to reduce or limit their armed forces in mutually agreed geographical areas along the ZONE. It defines the main categories of armaments to be reduced or limited: "Battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, guns (including caps) of 75 mm or more caliber, mortars of 120 mm or more caliber, surface-to-surface missiles, surface-to-air missiles and any other conventionally agreed weapons system." (Art.