Just after a gap of about two-and-50 percent months, the Indian and Chinese armies on Sunday held a further round of Corps Commander-stage talks with an aim to shift ahead on disengagement of troops from all friction factors in japanese Ladakh, resources claimed.
The ninth round of high-stage army talks began at all around 10 am at Moldo border level on the Chinese aspect of the Line of Actual Command (LAC) in japanese Ladakh, they claimed.
The eighth and last round of army talks had taken position on November six through which both of those sides broadly talked about disengagement of troops from particular friction factors.
The Indian delegation at talks is becoming led by Lt Gen PGK Menon, the Commander of the Leh-based mostly 14 Corps.
India has all alongside been preserving that the onus is on China to have ahead the system of disengagement and de-escalation at the