new Delhi: India and China are expected to hold high-level military talks next week to determine the withdrawal of Chinese troops from the Pangong So area of eastern Ladakh. Government sources gave information to this effect on Saturday. Till now, four rounds of talks have been held between the top military commanders of the armies of the two countries regarding the withdrawal of forces from the conflict zone in eastern Ladakh with the aim of restoring peace and stability in the region.
Sources said that as a result of the ongoing talks at the military and diplomatic level, the forces from East Ladakh’s patrol points 14 (Galvan Area), 15 and 17A (Hot Spring / Gogra) have completely returned to their respective positions.
The source said, “A meeting of the top commanders of the army is likely to be held next week to decide the mode of full withdrawal of forces from the area of Pangong Soo.”
People aware of the developments say that the Chinese army has withdrawn from the Galvan Valley and some other places where the conflict took place, but the Chinese troops from the area of Finger Five to Finger Eight in Pangong So area have returned. Is not happening in the way, as India had demanded.