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NEW DELHI: The 19th round of India- China Corps Commander Level Meeting was held at Chushul-Moldo border meeting point on the Indian side on August 13-14, 2023, and the two sides had a positive, constructive and in-depth discussion on the resolution of the remaining issues along the LAC in the Western Sector, the ministry of external affairs said in a statement on Tuesday.

In line with the guidance provided by the leadership, they exchanged views in an open and forward looking manner, the MEA said.

“The two sides have agreed to resolve the remaining issues in an expeditious manner and maintain the momentum of dialogue and negotiations through military and diplomatic channels. In the interim, the two sides agreed to maintain the peace and tranquility on the ground in the border areas,” it added.
The corps commander-level talks on Monday were held after a gap of almost four months, with no breakthrough being recorded in the 18th round on April 23.
“China’s top political-military hierarchy has so far has stalled any forward movement in the talks, with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) putting forth proposals that were unacceptable to India,” a source said.
Patrolling rights
India reportedly has asked China to withdraw its forward deployed troops and restore patrolling rights of Indian soldiers at Depsang Plains and Demchok in eastern Ladakh.
With the no-patrol buffer zones varying from 3km to 10km coming up largely on Indian territory after disengagement in areas like Pangong Tso-Kailash range, Galwan Valley and Gogra-Hot Springs, Indian troops can no longer access 26 of their 65 patrolling points that begin from the Karakoram Pass to Chumar in eastern Ladakh.





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