“Disengage Troops from Pangong Tso at the Earliest”, says India to China

“Disengage Troops from Pangong Tso at the Earliest”, says India to China

In the fifth round of Corps Commander-level talks on Sunday, India and China held talks where India told China to disengage from Pangong Tso at the earliest. India stated that it will not compromise on its territorial integrity.

The military talks held between the senior commanders of both, Indian and Chinese armies. The meet was held on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control, Moldo. Consequently, India conveyed that restorations of status quo ante of Ladakh was the point of overall relationship b/w the countries.

Indian army asserted Beijing to ensure the disengagement before marking that it will not tolerate on its territorial integrity. The delegation was led by the commander of the Leh-based 14 Corps, Lt Gen Harinder Singh. While the Chinese side was led by the commander of the South Xinjiang military region, Major Gen Liu Lin.

Above from Pangong Tso Lake, the other three friction areas are Depsang, Galwan Valley, and Gogra-Hot Spring. Earlier, on the Galwan Valley on the night of June 15, 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives in an unannounced fight with the Chinese troops. 

The dialogue began at 11:30 AM and ended only over ten hours later, around 9:30 PM. 

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