India-china finds way for ‘Peaceful Border’

India-chinaIndia and China will hold talks on October 16-17 to discuss on the possibilities to prevent border from any situation of faceoff between the two neighbours.

Earlier on Tuesday, both the nations had confirmed that the face-off between the troops of the two neighboring countries at Chumar and Demchok in eastern Ladakh has been terminated successfully at the flag meeting of the major-generals.

The further meetings will be held in New Delhi and the joint secretary (East Asia) in the external affairs ministry will lead the Indian side. The meetings will also include representatives from the military, paramilitary and intelligence agencies

The flag meeting that had held on Tuesday at Sanggur Gap, both the sides agreed for withdrawal of troops from their their “forward deployments” in Chumar and Demchok. The Indian military delegation was led by 3 Mountain Division Commander Major-General A S Bedi.

The agreement also includes that China will not extend the road it was trying to construct in the “disputed area” in the Chumar sector. India, in turn, will demolish the recently-built observation hut at Tible in the sector and refrain from building bunkers.

Medaram Jathara

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