India, China to hold talks to resolve border issues

New Delhi [India]: India and China held talks on boundary issues on Tuesday and chose to hold the next (16th) round of Senior Leaders fulfilling at an early date.

After the Galwan clash in 2014, a number of rounds of armed forces as well as diplomatic talks have actually taken place to deal with the standoff. Disengagement at some border factors did take place however typically, there is a deadlock on complete disengagement.
The 24th conference of the Working System for Consultation & Coordination on India-China Boundary Matters (WMCC) was hung on May 31, 2022.

The Indian delegation was led by the Extra Secretary (East Asia) from the Ministry of External Affairs. The Director-General of the Limit & Oceanic Division of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs led the Chinese delegation, reviewed the Ministry of External Matters (MEA) release.

Both the sides accepted hold the following (16th) round of the Elderly Leaders fulfilling at a very early date to attain the goal of full disengagement from all rubbing factors along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Western Market according to the existing reciprocal agreements as well as methods, included the MEA release.

The two sides examined the scenario along the LAC in the Western Market of the India-China border locations. They recalled that given that the last meeting of WMCC in November 2021, both sides have actually held the 14th and also 15th conferences of the Senior Commanders in January as well as March 2022 specifically.

The Foreign Minister of China Wang Yi had actually also seen India in March 2022 and held discussions with External Matters Minister S Jaishankar as well as the National Protection Advisor Ajit Doval.

The two sides exchanged sights on the existing situation along the LAC in the Western Field in Eastern Ladakh.

As instructed by the two Foreign Ministers at WMCC on India-China Border Affairs, both sides must proceed the discussions via diplomatic as well as army networks to settle the remaining issues along the LAC at the earliest so as to create problems for the reconstruction of normality in bilateral relations.

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