Early resolution to hold military talks discussed by India and China

Along the Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh, on Friday, India and China agreed on the need to find an earlier resolution to the remaining issues.

To achieve the objective of complete disengagement from all the friction points along the line of actual control, it was agreed by the two sides to hold the next round of the senior commander’s meeting at an early date at the 22nd meeting of the working mechanism for consultation and coordination on India China border affairs which was held virtually.

On the situation along the Line of Actual Control in the Western sector of the India China border areas, on Friday, a statement by the ministry of external affairs had mentioned that both sides had a frank exchange of views on the same.

Along with attempts to unilaterally alter the status quo along the Line of Actual Control last year for the continuing military standoff in Eastern Ladakh, China’s action of amazing a large number of troops close to the border was blamed by India on Thursday and asserted that these acts were a violation of bilateral agreements.

While the Chinese delegation was led by the Director-General of the boundary and oceanic department of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Indian delegation was led by the additional secretary from the Ministry of External Affairs.

Aiming at preventing and responding to encroachment and threat on Chinese territory by relevant country as claimed by China when it said its military deployment in the region is a normal defence arrangement post which India’s comment on the border road had came in.

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