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Indian, Bhutan talk about Doklam in Kathmandu

India and Bhutan held their first high-level meeting since the weeks-old military standoff with China in Doklam plateau in Bhutan.

Aug 11, 2017
India and Bhutan held their first high-level meeting since the weeks-old military standoff with China in Doklam plateau in Bhutan.
 
Visiting Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met Bhutan's Foreign Minister Damcho Dorji on the sidelines of BIMSTEC Foreign Ministers' meeting in Nepal's capital Kathmandu on August 11. 
 
"We hope that current standoff in Doklam will be sorted out peacefully,"  said Dorji after the meeting. 
 
India guides Bhutan in its foreign policy and guarantees its security. Bhutan has no diplomatic relations with China but has conducted 24 rounds of border talks with it.

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