India-China border dispute talks lasted 13 hours

Talks between Indian and Chinese military delegates over the disengagement in Eastern Ladakh at various friction points lasted for 13 hours. The dialogue that started at 10.30 a.m. ended at 11.30 p.m. They discussed disengagement at friction areas like Hot Springs, Gogra, and the 900 sq-km Depsang plains.

The 11th round of the Corps Commander talks at Chushul took place after almost a two-month gap.

The Indian military delegation was led by Lieutenant General P.G.K. Menon, Commander of the 14 Corps based in Leh.

The focus of the talk is disengagement on other friction points. After Pangong lake disengagement, both the countries have planned to carry out disengagement on other friction points like Gogra, Hot Springs, and Depsang

“The military dialogue is still on and it is important that before the onset of summer de-escalation takes place at Line of Actual Control (LAC). Both sides need to retreat to original positions for things to ease,” said a senior Indian Army officer.

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