Article V Both parties will take into account, among other things, historical evidence, national sentiments, practical difficulties and reasonable concerns and sensitivities of each other, as well as the actual state of the border areas. Article VI The boundary should be along clearly defined and easily identifiable natural geographical features, which must be the subject of mutual agreement between the two parties. Article VII In order to reach a settlement of borders, both sides respect the interests of their populated populations in border areas. Article VIII In the agreed framework of the final settlement of borders, the delimitation of the border is carried out using means such as modern mapping and gauge practices and joint investigations. Article IX Pending a final settlement of the border issue, both sides should scrupulously respect and respect the effective line of control and cooperate to maintain peace and tranquility in border areas. The India-China Joint Working Group and the India-China Diplomatic and Military Panel continue their work under the agreements of 7 September 1993 and 29 November 1996, including clarification of the effective line of control and implementation of confidence-building measures. Note: Aspirants should be aware of the 1993 agreement on peacekeeping and calm along the LAC. Article X Special representatives on the issue of borders continue their consultations to find an agreed framework for a border settlement that will serve as the basis for the delimitation and delimitation of the India-China border, which will then be carried out by civilian and military officers and surveyors from both sides. Article XI This agreement enters into force on the date of signing and is amended and complemented by mutual agreement between the two parties. Signed in two ballot boxes in New Delhi on April 11, 2005, in Hindi, Chinese and English, the three texts are also authentic.
In case of deviation, priority is given to the English text. For the Government of the Republic of India For the Government of the People`s Republic of China New Delhi 11 April 2005 The Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the People`s Republic of China (hereafter referred to as both parties), convinced that the fundamental interests of the peoples of India and China are to promote a constructive and cooperative long-term partnership based on the five principles of peaceful coexistence and respect reciprocal sensitivity to the concerns and aspirations of the other, and equality, with the desire to qualitatively improve bilateral relations at all levels and in all areas, while addressing in a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable manner through peaceful means, and renewing their commitment to respect and implement the peace and peace agreement along the effective line of control in the border areas between India and China. , signed on 7 September 1993, and the agreement on confidence-building measures in the military field, signed on 23 June 2003, along the effective line of control in the India-China border regions, signed on 29 November 1996, reaffirming the declaration on the principles of relations and comprehensive cooperation between India and China, signed on 23 June 2003 , that both sides have appointed special representatives to review the framework for resolving the India-China border issue, and that the two representatives have had consultations in a friendly, cooperative and constructive atmosphere, noting that both sides are seeking a political solution to the border issue within their broad and long-term interests. , 1993 agreements on peacekeeping and calm in line of effective control in Indian border areas At the border.