India and China Hold Seventh Round Of Corps Commander-level Talks To Settle Ongoing Border Disputes
Indian authorities will asks Chinese troops to vacate the Indian territory and restrict their military activities on the Indian lands.
Several military levels talks took place to resolve the border dispute between India and China. Even after many meetings and discussions, the tensions did not calm down. According to the latest news reports, on Monday, October 12, at 12-noon officials from India and China will hold the seventh round of Corps Commander-level talks to discuss the ongoing tensions at the Line of Actual Control (LAC), at Chushul in Eastern Ladakh. Lieutenant General Harinder Singh represented India. Joint Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, Naveen Srivastava was also present for the discussion.
Sources also claim that the Indian authorities will asks Chinese troops to vacate the Indian territory and restrict their military activities on the Indian lands. India and China have engaged in several faceoffs which resulted in the loss of life on both sides and so these talks will play a crucial role in settling the disputes.
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