After the new round of talks on border dispute with China India says the meetings will continue – India said after new round of talks on border dispute with China

The two countries agreed to continue diplomatic and military dialogue at a seventh round of Corps Commander-level meeting between India and China on Monday to ease tensions on the LAC. The Government of India gave this information on Tuesday.

After the military talks, the Indian Army said – “There was a serious, comprehensive and constructive dialogue between India and China on the issue of the withdrawal of troops along the Line of Actual Control. The two sides had constructive discussions and during this time mutual exchange of positions Increased understanding. “

The Indian Army said- India and China agreed to maintain dialogue and contact through military and diplomatic channels during the Corps Commander-level talks on LAC towards India. It was agreed in the India-China Dialogue that dialogue would be maintained as soon as possible to find an acceptable solution to both sides for the withdrawal of troops. The Indian Army further said – India and China have agreed to implement the important understanding between their leaders seriously.

The Corps Commander-level meeting between India and China to address the situation in East Ladakh lasted for more than 11 hours and ended at around 11:30 pm on Monday. The seventh round of military talks asked Beijing to restore the status quo before April and complete withdrawal of Chinese troops from all points of dispute. Government sources said this. He said that the Corps Commander level talks in eastern Ladakh were held at around 12 noon in the Indian territory in the Chushul region on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) and continued even after 8.30 pm.

The border dispute has entered the sixth month and there is little chance of an early resolution of the dispute as India and China have deployed nearly one lakh troops in high altitude areas which are preparing to stand in a long standoff. The Indian delegation was led by Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, the 14th Corps commander at Leh and Naveen Srivastava, Joint Secretary for East Asia Affairs in the Ministry of External Affairs.


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