Article X The EUSRs on the border issue are seriously pursuing their consultations with a view to reaching an agreed framework for a border settlement that will serve as a basis for the delimitation and delimitation of the border between India and China, which will then be carried out by civilian and military officials and surveyors of both sides. Article XI This Agreement shall enter into force on the day of signature and may be amended and supplemented by a mutual written agreement between the two Parties. Signed in duplicate at New Delhi on 11 April 2005 in Hindi, Chinese and English, each of these texts being equally 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 विदेशमंत्寢ीएसस. Jaishankar said that the Jawan, who were martyred in the Galwan Valley, were not disarmed. They had weapons. The foreign minister referred to the 1996 and 2005 agreements and said the Jawan could not use these weapons during the confrontation. On the one hand, India is following the deal, but China doesn`t care. “All jawan at the border carry weapons,” he wrote on Twitter. They have weapons, especially when they leave the posts. The Jawan, stationed in Galwan on June 15, also had weapons. .