No breakthrough in 14th round of India-China border talks: Joint statement – World Affairs SRS

No breakthrough in 14th round of India-China border talks: Joint statement

– World Affairs SRS

According to a joint statement, the 14th round of talks between the armies of India and China did not lead to any breakthrough and the two sides agreed to remain in close contact and continue talks for a mutually acceptable solution to the remaining issues. ,

Indian Army Chief General MM Naravane on Wednesday said that India looks forward to resolving the issues related to the disruption at Patrolling Point 15 (Hot Springs) in eastern Ladakh in the 14th round of talks.


The 14th round of India-China Corps Commander level meeting was held on Wednesday at the Chushul-Moldo border meeting point on the Chinese side.

The meeting was attended by representatives of defense and foreign affairs establishments from both sides, the joint statement said.

It noted, “The two sides held a frank and in-depth exchange of views to resolve the related issues along the LAC in the western region (Ladakh border).”

They agreed that both sides should follow the “guidance provided by the state leaders” and work at the earliest to resolve the remaining issues, it said.

“It was noted that this would help restore peace and tranquility along the LAC in the western region and enable progress in bilateral relations,” it noted.

It added that the two sides also agreed to strengthen the past results and make effective efforts to maintain security and stability on the ground in the western region, including winter.

“The two sides agreed to remain in close contact and maintain dialogue through military and diplomatic channels and to work on mutually acceptable solutions to the remaining issues at the earliest,” the statement said.

The two sides agreed that the next round of commanders’ talks should be held at the earliest, the statement said.

The 13th round of talks was held on October 10 last year and it ended in a deadlock.

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