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Friday, 5 June 2020

A meeting between the Indo-Chinese troops will be held at the Chinese border tomorrow

New Delhi: Commander-level talks between Indian and Chinese troops will be held tomorrow, June 6, around 8 p.m. However this will depend on the weather. If the weather is fine, this meeting will take place. About 10 people from India will take part in the discussion. The meeting is scheduled to take place in Moldo on the Chinese border.

 The corps commander level talks between India and China will be held tomorrow, June 6. The commander of the 14th Corps, based in Leh, will hold talks with a Chinese official at the same level. Prior to this, no compromise could be reached in the brigadier level talks between the Indian and Chinese armies.

 The armies of the two countries have been facing each other for the past one month on the banks of Pegang Lake in Ladakh and in the Galwan Valley. This is the first time in 2017 that the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Doklam has witnessed such a long standoff after 73 days of tension between the two countries.

 Sources say that India's stance on two issues is very clear that it will not lead to any kind of agreement. The first is that infrastructure work on the LAC will not be stopped or slowed down, and the second is that China will not be allowed to move forward at any cost right now. The Galwan Valley is located on the outskirts of Aksai Chin in eastern Ladakh.

 The Galvan River flows through the eastern part of Karakoram and flows into the plains of Aksai Chin, where it meets Pacheh Shyok. The Durbuk-Shyok-Daulat Bagh Oldy or DS-DBO road, which reaches the farthest Daulat Bagh Oldi area of ​​Ladakh, India, opened last year. This will make it much easier to send troops and supplies to Daulat Bagh Oldi.

 This road would be in jeopardy if China came forward in the Galvan Valley and it would be easier for China to cut the wealth bag old. India has also made it clear that it is willing to resolve border disputes with China through dialogue. Talks are underway at many levels, but China is not yet ready to abandon its territorial policy. Apart from the army, discussions are also underway at the diplomatic level but so far no compromise has been reached.

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