Indo-China Corps Commander-Level Meeting Concludes After 13 Hours
India reportedly asked China to pull back from all friction points in Ladakh.
The sixth-round of Corp Commander-level talks between India and China after the Galwan incident began at 09:00 a.m. on Monday and went on for 13 hours. According to sources, the meeting saw India asking China to pull back from all friction points on the Line Actual Control (LAC). Talks were also apparently aimed at implementing the five-point agreement reached between the two countries on disengagement of troops and de-escalation of the situation in eastern Ladakh.
The LAC stand-off between India and China was ignited by the Galwan incident where troops of both countries were involved in a clash with each other on June 15, resulting in the deaths of 20 Indian soldiers. Since then, tensions have been high along the LAC, with China showing repeated aggression with the aim of changing the status quo. In response, India has announced a ban on several Chinese apps including TikTok and PUBG Mobile, as they were found to be storing the data of Indian users on Chinese servers.
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