Talks between India-China: The 11th round of India and China Corps Commander level talks are taking place in Chushul in eastern Ladakh today. As part of the agenda, the talks will begin at 10.30 in the morning to decide the withdrawal of both forces from Gogra and Hot Spring and the complex issue of Depsang.
Earlier, in the 10th round of talks held on February 20, these issues discussed in detail. Along with this. Both sides will also put forward their views on the uncertain issues of the process after retreating from Pangong Lake. The Army of India and China are very cautious about not disturbing the atmosphere on any delicate issue.
According to army sources, the two forces from Pegong are not in a face-to-face position but are still in each other’s firing range. After the temperature rises and the ice melts. Both forces will be in a situation where the situation may become tense in many sensitive places.
In today’s conversation, important decisions can also hold the mutual coordination between the two armies in the summer. Sources said the talks expect to yield positive results on the issue of the two armies returning to the state in April 2020. On the other hand. Ideas are exchange at the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination (WMCC) and Special Representative level for this purpose.
China ready for talks on Indian proposal to restore old condition in eastern Ladakh
At the same time, China said on Thursday that the next meeting between the two countries will discuss the Indian proposal to restore the situation before April 2020 in East Ladakh. This positive stance of the neighboring country came before the 11th round of Corps Commander level talks. Although the Chinese Foreign Ministry consults Zhao Lijian said that the date of the talks in Beijing is yet to decide. Indian military sources in New Delhi said the 11th round of Corps Commander-level talks would begin on Friday in Chushul, East Ladakh Confirmed.
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Consideration for the Chinese Foreign Ministry told the media that talks were going on in India and China regarding the 11th round of talks. As far as the specific date for the upcoming talks is concerned, I am not aware of it. But Indian military sources said that talks in Chushul start at 10.30 am. And its agenda includes the withdrawal of both forces. From Gogra and Hot Spring and to agree on a complex dispute involving the plateau plain of Depsang.
At the same time, both sides will also discuss the uncertain issues of the process. After retreating from Pangong Lake during the negotiations. Sources said the talks expected to yield positive results. On the issue of both the armies returning to their pre-condition before April 2020. Ideas also exchange at the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination (WMCC) and at the Special Representative level.
Earlier on 20 February, the 10th round of Corps Commander level talks was held after the withdrawal of forces from the Pangong area was complete. These issues also discussed in detail in that dialogue. These issues also discussed in the recent diplomatic level talks on the military dispute between the two countries.
The two armies are cautious to save the mutual environment from deteriorating
The Army of India and China are very cautious about the fact that the mutual atmosphere should not be disturbed on any delicate issue. According to army sources, in the area of Pangong Lake. The two forces are now in each other’s firing range despite not being in a face-to-face confrontation.
After the temperature rises and the ice melts. The two armies will be in a situation where the situation can become tense in many sensitive places. In such a situation, during the 11th round of negotiations. Important decisions also take on the mutual coordination between the two armies in the summer.
No delay in the next round of talks
A spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry in Beijing also said that there was no delay in negotiating the issue of withdrawing troops from other areas of mutual conflict with India in eastern Ladakh. He said this when the beginning of the retreat of the forces was two months and the 10th round of talks call for a month to pass.
The spokesman said, there is no such delay in the meeting as you are saying. I want to emphasize that the situation on the Indo-China border is clear. And there is no responsibility left for the Chinese side. We hope that the Indian side will work closely with China on the consensus. That has reached between the top leaders of the two countries. This agreement is related to the completion of agreements and treaties related to the elimination of tension on the border.
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