The aforementioned people said that the Chinese delegation had come for talks with a “preconceived view” and showed no flexibility in moving forward on the process of withdrawing troops from the remaining areas in conflict. The Indian Army said in a statement that it was prominently placed in this context that the completion of the retreat of troops in other areas would reduce tensions between the two forces and ensure full restoration of peace and progress in bilateral relations Will pave the way for
The 11th round of Corps Commander level talks took place in the Indian territory at the Chushul Border Outpost on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh. The talks started at 10:30 AM and ended at 11:30 PM. The Indian delegation was led by Lieutenant General PGK Menon, commander of 14th Corps at Leh.
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“Both sides exchanged views on resolving the remaining issues related to the withdrawal of troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in eastern Ladakh,” the army said.
“Both sides agreed on the need to resolve pending issues in an expeditious manner as per existing agreements and protocols,” the statement said.
It said, “Both sides agreed that it was important to seek guidance and consent from their leaders, to continue the dialogue and to work towards a mutually acceptable solution to the remaining issues as soon as possible”.
“They agreed to jointly maintain stability at the grassroots level, to avoid any new incidents and to jointly maintain stability in the border areas,” the statement said.
India has been emphasizing that resolution of all pending issues including Depsang, Hotspring, Gogra is essential for the entire relationship between the two countries.