China confirms 14th round of India-China military-level talks on January 12 – World Affairs SRS

China confirms 14th round of India-China military-level talks on January 12

– World Affairs SRS

China on Tuesday said the current situation in the border areas with India is “stable” as it confirmed that the 14th round of Corps Commander-level talks to discuss the disengagement process in the remaining friction points in eastern Ladakh will take place on Wednesday.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin’s remarks came a day after sources in the security establishment in New Delhi said that India is “to work with China to resolve issues in the remaining friction points in eastern Ladakh before the 14th round”. Looking forward to a constructive” conversation. Military talks between the two sides over a 20-month row.


Asked whether China can confirm the meeting and its expectations, Wang said during a media briefing here: As agreed by both sides, China and India will be on the Chinese side of the Maldo meeting place on January 12. 14th Commander level meeting.

“At present, the situation in the border areas is completely stable and both sides are in talks and communication through diplomatic and military channels,” he said.

Wang said China hopes India will help move the situation from emergency mode to a routine daily based management phase.

According to sources in New Delhi, ‘Senior Highest Military Commander Level’ talks between India and China will take place on January 12 at the Chushul-Moldo rendezvous, which is on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the east. Ladakh.

India looked forward to “constructive” dialogue with China to resolve issues in the remaining friction points in eastern Ladakh, he said, adding that the key focus of the talks would be on decongestion in the hot springs region.

The Indian side is expected to press for early disengagement in all remaining friction points including resolution of issues at Depsang Bulge and Demchok.

The 13th round of military talks took place on October 10, 2021 and they ended in a stalemate.

Both sides failed to make any progress in talks with the Indian Army after the talks, stating that the “constructive suggestions” made by it were neither acceptable to the Chinese side nor could it provide any “forward” proposals. Was.

In their virtual diplomatic talks on 18 November, India and China agreed to hold the 14th round of military talks at the earliest to achieve the objective of complete disengagement in the remaining friction points in eastern Ladakh.

The eastern Ladakh border standoff between Indian and Chinese armies began on May 5, 2020, following violent clashes in the Pangong Lake areas.

As a result of a series of military and diplomatic talks, the two sides last year completed the demilitarization process on the northern and southern shores of Pangong Lake and in the Gogra region.

Each side currently has around 50,000 to 60,000 troops along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the sensitive area.

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