The recent Wuhan Summit has achieved several results. In a press release issued on 28 April, the Indian government said: “This will be a positive stability factor amid the current global uncertainties.” It will also be “conducive to the development and prosperity of the region and create the conditions for an Asian century.”  Press releases from the Chinese and Indian governments stressed that they “have the maturity and wisdom to manage disputes through peaceful discussions.”  The term “LAC” was legally recognized in the Salino-Indian agreements signed in 1993 and 1996. The 1996 agreement states that “no activity by both parties shall cross the line of effective control.”  However, Clause 6 of the 1993 Agreement on Peacekeeping and Calm along the effective line of control in Indian border areas states that “both parties agree that references to the effective line of control of this agreement do not affect their respective positions on the issue of borders.”  The Indian government says Chinese troops continue to enter the area illegally hundreds of times.  In 2013, a three-week standoff between Indian and Chinese troops 30 km southeast of Daulat Beg Oldi. It was resolved and Chinese and Indian troops withdrew in exchange for a Chinese agreement to destroy certain military structures more than 250 km south near Chumar, which the Indians found threatening.  Later that year, it was reported that Indian forces had already documented 329 sightings of unidentified objects over a lake in the border area between August and February. They recorded 155 such burglaries. Subsequently, some objects were identified by the Indian Institute of Astrophysics as planets Venus and Jupiter, which appear brighter due to the diversity of the atmosphere at altitude and the confusion caused by the increased use of surveillance drones.  In October 2013, India and China signed a defence cooperation agreement to ensure that patrols along the LAC did not escalate into armed conflict.  The generally positive tone of relations between the two sides continued until 2005, when countries signed a new protocol on the management of military relations during Prime Minister Wen Jiabao`s visit.