But Indian news reports indicated tensions remained high, with roads in the mountainous region a main point of contention. The Hindustan Times reported talks had broken down because China insisted on an equal rearward movement by both militaries.Read more…
China and India’s road to peace blocked as both sides build in border region
Border talks between China and India have stalled, with road-building in the remote Himalayan region a key sticking point, according to analysts.
Foreign ministry officials from both sides said progress was made during last week’s round of talks, with agreement to continue the disengagement of troops. Progress has been slow in this area since a deadly mid-June clash in the Galwan Valley which left 20 Indians dead and an undisclosed number of Chinese casualties.