Ladakh Clashes: Military Level Talks between India, China Positive
LADHAK: Indian army officials on Tuesday announced that there was mutual consensus to disengage in military-level talks between India and China. According to the sources, the meeting was continued for 11 hours on Monday in a cordial positive manner. It is said that both countries agreed to withdraw the troops from the eastern Ladakh.
The meeting was held in Moldo and Indian side was led by Lieutenant General Harinder Singh and China was led by Major General Liu Lin. It is the second round of talks between the two nations and the first level of talks held on 6th June but it was violated on 15 June.