India, China to hold 11th round of Corps Commander talks on Friday
The talks, to be held at Chushul, will take ahead the following part of disengagement in Eastern Ladakh.
India and China are scheduled to hold the 11th round of Corps Commander talks on Friday to take ahead the following part of disengagement in Eastern Ladakh.
The talks can be held at Chushul and are scheduled to start at 10.30 a.m., a defence supply stated on Thursday.
In February, the 2 sides accomplished the primary part of disengagement on the north and south banks of Pangong Tso and inside 48 hours held the tenth round of talks to take ahead the method throughout which they agreed to push for a mutually acceptable resolution of remaining points in a “steady and orderly” method to collectively keep peace and tranquillity within the border areas. However, there was no progress for disengagement at Gogra and Hotsprings.
With disengagement now full at Pangong Tso, the main focus of the talks can be to work out a phased disengagement plan for the opposite friction areas in Eastern Ladakh. These embrace Gogra, Hot Springs, Depsang and Demchok.