India-China will end confrontation on other fronts, know what issues happened in commander-level talks

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By: Tanumoy Banerjee

Last Update: 2021-02-21 22:39:45 IST

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In a 16-hour meeting between military commanders of India and China, India made it clear that the withdrawal of Chinese troops from the areas of Hot Spring Gogra and Depsang is mandatory for the restoration of normalcy on the LAC.

In a 16-hour meeting between the military commanders of India and China, there were intense negotiations to end the military deadlock. During the 10th round of marathon talks at the Corps Commander level, both India and China have agreed to move towards ending LAC's second front fronts. 

The joint statement issued on Sunday on the talks clearly stated that the remaining issues of deadlock would be resolved by keeping the situation under control in line with the consensus reached in the continuous dialogue between the top leadership of India and China.

Emphasis on finding an acceptable solution

 

It also calls for stressing on acceptable solutions to both sides for peace and stability in the border areas. However, India made it clear to China in this meeting that it is necessary to withdraw troops from the areas of Hot Sprung, Gogra and Depsang to restore normalcy on the LAC by ending military tensions. The meeting, which started at 10 am on Saturday morning in Chushul-Moldo sector, lasted till 2 pm.

Joint statement issued 

The talks were constructive. That is why the two sides issued a joint statement to move the dialogue in a meaningful direction. The joint statement said that the entire process of withdrawing troops from the Pangong area in an easy manner is an important step towards resolving the remaining issues of the deadlock.

Deadlock over other points 

India and China want to end the deadlock at other points of the confrontation after the LAC on the Pangong Lake's northern and southern sides of the agreement to withdraw their troops. This is evidenced by the troops coming to the negotiating table within 48 hours of the withdrawal from Pangong area and then proceeding in a positive direction to resolve the deadlock by issuing a joint statement after the 10th round of talks.

Reconciliation exercise 

1- During the 16-hour talks, India raised the issue of encroachment in other areas

2- Keeping the situation under control at the border, agree to resolve the remaining issues

3- The meeting started at 10 am on Saturday and lasted till 2 pm

4 ) Emphasis on finding solutions acceptable to both sides for peace and stability in the border areas

Discuss these issues 

1- From the withdrawal of troops from Pangong area to the demolition of temporary constructions built there were also reviewed.

2- Both sides say that withdrawal of troops in Pangong area will be a good basis for resolving deadlock from other areas.

3- Both military commanders held intense and frank discussions about ending the confrontation with other areas.

Depsang, China moved away from hot spring 

According to sources, Commander of the 14th Corps of the Army, Lt. Gen. PGK Menon, who was leading India during the Commander's talks, made it clear to China that military encroachment in the Depsang, Hot Spring and Gogra areas for restoration of normalcy and peace on the LAC It is necessary to eliminate. Chinese troops must retreat from these areas.

Indian soldiers will continue patrolling 

The activities of the Chinese People's Liberation Army to obstruct the patrolling of Indian soldiers will also have to be stopped in Depsang area. Given the positive stance of the two countries in the 10th round of talks, it is expected that in the next phase it is possible to announce the withdrawal of troops from Hot Spring and Gogra areas. After this, the path of Depsang plow will also be found out.

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