India and China are holding the second round of Corps Commander-level talks on the Chinese side of the border to discuss and resolve the violent face-off between Indian and the Chinese troops in Ladakh.

The high-level talks between India and China came a week after 20 Indian Army personnel, including a Colonel, were killed in a violent clash between the two sides in Galwan Valley of Ladakh, the biggest military confrontation between the two countries in over five decades.

The meeting between Corps Commanders of India and China has been called by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

Earlier, a meeting was held on June 16, a day after clashes between the two countries in Ladakh.

The talks were scheduled to start at 11.30 am at Moldo on the Chinese side of Chushul sector in eastern Ladakh.

The Indian delegation is being led by 14 Corps Commander Lt Gen Harinder Singh.

The first round of the talks, led by Lt Gen, was held on June 6 during which both sides decided to “disengage” in all sensitive areas to de-escalate the month-long tension in Ladakh.


News Source: India Today


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