Tuesday, September 27, 2022

India China Talk: 16-hour meeting of Commander Level, emphasis on removing troops from disputed areas

Pawan Mishra, New Delhi: The meeting of the Corps Commander Level of India and China lasted for 16 hours. What has been discussed in the meeting has not yet come an official statement. However, the commander of both the countries expressed satisfaction at this meeting. According to defense sources, there was a long discussion on the disruption of the second phase. The meeting took place in LAC’s Moldo Garrison on the Chinese side. The meeting started at 10 am Saturday and ended at 2 pm.

The meeting was attended by Lieutenant General PGK Menon, Commander of the 14th Corps of Indian Army at Leh. While on behalf of China, the commander of the Military District of Southern Xinjiang of the PLA Army joined his delegation. The meeting also discussed the withdrawal of forces from the two countries in the LAC’s Depsang Plains, Gogra and Hot Spring adjacent to East Ladakh as part of the second phase of disengagement.

According to information from military sources, the main point of this meeting between the military commanders of India and China was to withdraw the forces of the two countries from the disputed areas in Ladakh. Both sides discussed disengagement in disputed areas. Which included areas such as Gogra Heights, Hot Spring and Depsang.

It is being told that there was a positive atmosphere in this interaction between the military officers of India and China. The two countries in the meeting verified the complete process of emptying of Pangong Lake. At the same time, according to the agreed agreement, the two commanders took long consultations on the roadmap to repel the army from the four stretched areas of Ladakh, Depsang, Gogra, Hot Spring and Demchak. According to sources, the two sides agreed to vacate these areas on the lines of Pangong by mutual consent.

Let us tell you that before this, on May 5 last year, military tension started after violent clashes in Pangong Lake area. After which both sides deployed a large number of soldiers and deadly weapons on the border. There were several meetings between the two countries, then the process of military withdrawal from the Pangong Lake area started on 10 February and was completed on Thursday.


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