Corps Commander-level talks between India and China over ongoing tension in East Ladakh to be held on Sunday.
The talks will take place at the Indian border in Moldo near Chushul Sector.
There has been a lot of tension between India and China for the past 8 months and soldiers of both the countries have been standing face to face in East Ladakh.
Before this, 8 rounds of commander-level talks have been held to reduce tension between the two countries but no solution has been found so far. Along with this, both countries are also doing diplomatic talks.
India, while showing a strong stance, has made it clear that China has the responsibility of reducing tension and decalcation in this mountainous region.
The main reason for the failure of the talks between the two countries is that China wants India to move away from the area of Pangag Tso where India has a strong edge.
The 8th round of talks between the two countries was held on 8 November last year. Since then, no talks could be held nor was any information given about the next conversation. However, both sides have been talking about resolving the issue through dialogue.
Last week, Army Chief General MM Narwane had said that India is committed to resolve the issue through dialogue and the Indian Army is ready to meet any challenge. The Indian Army Chief’s statement has given a clear message to China.