No indication of breakthrough in India China talks over eastern Ladakh

Both nations agreed to conduct the next round of senior commanders’ meetings “at the earliest” for swift disengagement of troops.
India China Corps Commander level talks
India China Corps Commander level talks

New Delhi: India and China have engaged in “constructive” diplomatic talks regarding proposals to resolve remaining issues and achieving complete disengagement in eastern Ladakh. However, there were no indications of a breakthrough.

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said that both nations agreed to conduct the next round of senior commanders’ meetings “at the earliest” for swift disengagement of troops. They also agreed on the importance of maintaining a stable situation on the ground and preventing any untoward incidents.

The MEA affirmed the commitment to continue dialogue through military and diplomatic channels, scheduling the next round of senior commanders’ meetings promptly to achieve the specified objectives.

In the previous round of military talks in October, the Indian side strongly pressed for the resolution of lingering issues at the twin friction points of Depsang and Demchok.

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