New Delhi: In a meeting of Lt. General level in Chushul Moldu sector on Saturday to resolve the deadlock that has been going on for almost a month inEast Ladakh , India-China agreed that the two countries would peacefully Agree to resolve bilateral issues. Along with this, the military and diplomatic level talks between India and China will continue to resolve the issues related to the border dispute. In a statement issued by the Foreign Ministry on Sunday, it has been said that the talks between the two countries took place in a positive and good atmosphere. Both sides also said that this year is the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. In such a situation, it was agreed that further negotiations would continue to strengthen the relationship.
Both sides also noted that this year marked the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries (India and China) and agreed that an early resolution would contribute to the further development of the relationship: MEA
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In this context, in a good and positive atmosphere, India seems to be resolving the dispute along the Line of Actual Control on the China border in eastern Ladakh. Military-level talks between India and China on Saturday were positive. In a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, it has been said that both countries have agreed to solve the problem in a peaceful manner. In a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, it said, “Both countries will try to calm the border situation under several bilateral agreements. Peace is essential for bilateral relations and development of border areas. Both sides will continue to negotiate further to resolve the problem and ensure peace in the border areas. The Indian delegation is believed to have pressed for the resumption of the status quo in East Ladakh in the Galvan Valley, Pangong So and Gogra.
The meeting lasted for five and a half hours. On Saturday, the
talks in Moldo Chushul, under the Chinese border, lasted for about five and a half hours. Sources had said that both the parties have put their demands in front of each other. The talks on both sides ended in a positive atmosphere. The path of dialogue has been opened beyond this. In this conversation, it was believed that India has bluntly said that the situation in April 2020 should be maintained on the border. During the talks, India has also asked the Chinese Army to withdraw. At the same time, India has also rejected China’s demand to stop road construction on the border. Sources said that after 12 rounds of talks at the level of the local commanders in the two armies and three rounds of talks between the officers of the rank of Major General, there was no substantive outcome on Saturday at the Lieutenant General level.