There have been several rounds of talks between the Indian and Chinese army commanders but tensions at Pangong Lake do not feature in the discussions as China is keen to first resolve the situation in the Galwan area of Eastern Ladakh.
The escalation in Eastern Ladakh was triggered on May 5 as troops clashed on the north bank of the Pangong Lake leaving several injured.
As the far as the Pangong Lake is concerned, discussions will be held at the Corps Commander level later like the one held on June 6, sources have said.
On Friday, another round of top-level military talks took place on Friday with the focus on de-escalation in the Galwan region of Eastern Ladakh even as the troop build-up continues on both sides, days after a slight retreat by both armies at the Line of Actual Control (LAC). Read More…