BEIJING: China urged India and Pakistan on Tuesday to "exercise restraint" after New Delhi claimed its warplanes targeted a militant camp, in a move that sent tensions soaring between the arch-rivals after Pulwama attack.
"We hope that both India and Pakistan can exercise restraint and adopt actions that will help stabilise the situation in the region and improve mutual relations," China’s foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said.
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