The military commander-level talks between India-China failed to come up with a formula to resolve the deadlock currently running along the Line of Actual Control. Even after six hours of talks in the Chushul-Moldo area, neither China has agreed to return its troops in the pre-April situation nor to reduce their objections. However, both sides agreed that under the existing procedures, they will maintain dialogue at the diplomatic and military level to resolve the matter.
It is important that the talks held on June 6 were the highest level talks on the current tensions between the two countries. It was expected that negotiations between the 14 Corps Commander of the Indian Army Lt Gen Harinder Singh and the Commander of the Southern Chinchiang Military District of China, Major General Liu Lin, would find a way out of the solution and China would agree to return its troops . There was also a video conferencing of Joint Secretary level officers at the diplomatic level between the two countries before the talks of military commanders.
Consensus to continue the conversation
On the high level talks between the military commanders in Chushul-Moldo area, the Ministry of External Affairs has issued a statement saying that the talks between the two sides were held in a cordial and positive atmosphere. At the same time, both countries agree to resolve the situation of military tension with the help of the existing resolution mechanism. India and China have also talked about continuing negotiations on this at the diplomatic and military level.
70th Anniversary of India-China Relations
It is now almost a month since the actual Line of Control along the Line of Tension and tension in Ladakh, besides the Galvan Valley, and near Pangong Lake. This situation of border tension is when India and China are celebrating the 70th anniversary of their relationship. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, both sides have also agreed that reducing the current tensions in this year of the 70th anniversary will be helpful for the betterment of mutual relations.
Soldiers of both countries sitting in tents in Galvan valley
During the last one month, there was a skirmish and face-to-face tensions between the troops from Nakula in Sikkim to Pangog lake and Galvan valley in Ladakh. The soldiers of China and India are still putting up tents in a face-to-face position in Galvan Valley. However, according to sources, Chinese soldiers are within their limits and Indian soldiers are within their limits. China, which has objected to India’s road and military infrastructure projects, has made its military barricades. At the same time, in retaliation, an equal number of Indian soldiers are deployed by placing tents at some distance.
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