India and China will be holding the 11th round of Corps Commander talks on Friday at Chushul for the next phase of disengagement in Eastern Ladakh.
The Corps Commander talks between India and China are happening again and this time it comes after nearly a two-month gap.
The focus of the meeting would be disengagement on other points. Following the Pangong disengagement, both the countries have planned for the disengagement on other points like Gogra, Hot Springs, and Depsang.
A senior Indian Army officer said that it was important that the de-escalation was discussed before the onset of summer. “Both sides need a retreat to original positions for things to get ease,” he said.
Earlier, India and China discussed the disengagement issue on February 20 during the 10th round of military dialogue to de-escalate tension at the Line of Actual Control (LAC).
The Indian military delegate was led by Lieutenant General PGK Menon, Commander of 14 Corps based in Leh.
The meeting was to discuss the disengagement at friction areas like Hot Springs, Gogra, and 900 square km Depsang plains.
As of now, the disengagement process took place at both banks of Pangong Lake.
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