India-China disengagement

India-China disengagement: According to the Ministry of External Affairs, both sides have agreed to continue talks and restore peace along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the India-China border areas. Along with this, both the countries have also agreed to restore peace in the commander level talks.

India-China disengagement: The two-year-old border dispute between India and China seems to be coming to an end as the armies of both the countries have agreed to withdraw from the Gogra-Hotsprings area of ​​eastern Ladakh. This process has also started on Thursday and it is expected that the process of withdrawal of armed forces will be completed by September 12.

The Ministry of External Affairs said that the withdrawal of forces has started from the patrolling point 15 of Gogra-Hotsprings. There was a standoff between the two armies at this place for the last two years. On the other hand, the consent of the withdrawal of military forces from China has also been stamped.

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agreed to settle the border dispute

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, both sides have agreed to continue talks and restore peace along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the India-China border areas. Along with this, both the countries have also agreed to restore peace in the commander level talks.

MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said in response to questions related to the matter that it was agreed that all temporary structures built by both the parties in the area will be removed and the same natural form of the land will be restored in the area, which both sides have. The standoff between the sides was preceded by a situation.

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It has also been confirmed by the Chinese Army on Friday that the process of withdrawal of soldiers of China and India from PP-15 has been started. This is an important step in the direction of ending the deadlock that has been going on for more than two years in eastern Ladakh. India has been consistently saying that it is important to maintain peace near the LAC for the strength of bilateral ties. To resolve the standoff, the two armies held 16 rounds of Corps Commander level talks.

The statement of the Chinese army also came

A press release by the Chinese Defense Ministry said, “As agreed in the 16th round of the China-India Corps Commander-level meeting, Chinese and Indian forces have started retreating from the Xian’an Daban area on September 8, 2022.” , which is good for peace in the border areas.’ Indian officials have confirmed that the Jiannan Daban area referred to by the Chinese army is the same ‘Patrolling Point-15’ in the Gogra-Hotsprings area, which was mentioned in the Indian press release. was mentioned.

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The process of withdrawal of forces has been announced about a week before the SCO summit in Uzbekistan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend the conference. There is speculation that there may be a bilateral meeting between the two leaders. However, neither side has given any official information regarding this. Sources said that India will continue to pressurize China to resolve the pending issues in the rest of the conflict area of ​​Depsang and Demchok.

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