Media: India and China military talks began in Ladakh

It is expected that the Indian side in the negotiations may demand the withdrawal of Chinese troops, writes Hindustan Times.

Media: India and China military talks began in Ladakh

Negotiations at the level of Indian and Chinese Army Corps Commanders began on Tuesday in Chushula on the Indian side of the line of de facto control (LFC), which divides the two countries. This was reported on the website of the Hindustan Times with reference to sources in the command of the ground forces.

On the Indian side in the meeting attended by the commander of the 14th Army Corps of India, Lieutenant General Harinder Singh, with the Chinese – the commander of the Southern Xinjiang Military District of the People’s Liberation Army of China (PLA), Major General Liu Lin.

This is the third round of Corps Commander-level talks. The first two rounds were held in Moldova on the Chinese side of the LFK. According to military sources, in the course of negotiations on June 22, the parties agreed on mutual separation of troops in Eastern Ladakh.

It is expected that the Indian side in the talks may demand withdrawal of Chinese troops and restoration of the status quo in a number of strategic disputed areas, including the Galvan Valley, where clashes between the border guards of the two countries have recently taken place, as a result of which both sides suffered losses.

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