The tenth round of Commander-in-Chief level talks between India and China has concluded. The talks lasted for about 16 hours. 14 Corps Commander Lt. PGK Menon, South …
The tenth round of Commander-in-Chief level talks between India and China has concluded. The talks lasted for about 16 hours. During talks between 14 Corps Commander Lt. PGK Menon and South Xinjiang Military Chief Manager General Liu Lin, Dessang, Patrolling Point 15, Gogra and Demchok areas were discussed. It is learned that both the countries have agreed to withdraw troops from these areas as well. These are now being discussed between top officials of the two countries. Although Gogra has agreed to withdraw troops from the Hot Springs, no decision has yet been made on Depsang and Demchok. Plans were drawn up for the withdrawal of forces in these two areas. In fact, this is the first time China has come to the talks on the Depsang region. It is learned that the stalemate at Lake Pangong on the Indo-China border has been going on for nine months.
The Chinese Defense Ministry made a key statement years ago, opening the door to controversy here. It said the Indo-Chinese forces had begun the withdrawal process from the northern and southern parts of Lake Pangong in eastern Ladakh. It was later confirmed by Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh in Parliament. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said the decision was the result of a meeting of foreign ministers of the two countries in Moscow and the recent ninth round of core commander-level talks.
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