India, China to continue military talks along with diplomatic deliberation to resolve Ladakh standoff: Sources
India and China will, until further notice, keep on holding further talks at to determine the continuous stalemate in eastern Ladakh after the meet between leaders of the two armed forces on June 6 yielded no prompt outcomes. Top commandants of India and China met at Maldo on the Chinese side, inverse Chushul.
Endeavors are being made both at military and political levels to determine the issue in eastern Ladakh where both Indian and Chinese soldiers have occupied with military development along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), sources said.
A future date for additional military talks will be reported when the two sides ponder and choose, included sources.
India and China have consented to "calmly resolve the circumstance in the fringe zones as per different reciprocal understandings", the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said on Sunday. The announcement was made a day after the much-discussed military meet where India was spoken to by 14 Corps Commander Lt General Harinder Singh.
The discussions were mentioned by India and were held at the Border Personnel Meeting Point in Maldo on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Eastern Ladakh.
"It occurred in a friendly and positive climate. The two sides consented to calmly resolve the circumstance in the fringe territories as per different reciprocal understandings," the MEA kept up.