India China tension
The seventh round of talks between the military commanders of the two countries amid the India-China tensions has ended. There is no solution to this conversation either. However, both sides talked about solving the problem through dialogue.
New Delhi: The seventh round of talks between the military commanders of the two countries between the India-China tensions has ended. There is no solution to this conversation either. However, both sides talked about solving the problem through dialogue. At present, no consensus has been reached on troop disengagement.
Joint statement issued
A joint statement (India-China joint statement) was issued following talks between the military commanders of India and China. In which both sides have decided to continue the talks on a military and diplomatic level. However, no consensus was reached on the withdrawal of forces.
China withdraws its troops: India
Sources say during the talks, India has insisted that China withdraw its troops quickly and completely from all controversial points and that the status quo should be restored in all areas of eastern Ladakh before April. The stalemate began on 5 May.
Indian troops will not back down at China’s request
The CSG is India’s important policy making unit on China. Before the seventh round of military talks began, sources said India would firmly oppose the Chinese request to withdraw Indian troops from several strategic heights on the southern bank of the Pangong River.
Fully Prepared Indian Army
It is noteworthy that Indian soldiers 29 and On the night of August, the southern side of the Pangong River occupied several strategically important heights, which greatly strengthened the position of the Indian army there. In response to the Chinese military, the Indian military removed tanks and other heavy armaments at the border and made adequate arrangements for fuel, food and things to use in the winter.