On the sidelines of a Moscow meeting held on September 10th in the Shanghái Cooperation Organization (SCO), Minister of Foreign Affairs, S Jaishankar, and his Chinese counterpart, Wang I, agreed to settle the border row
Indian and Chinese armies are scheduled to host Corps Commander-level talks in the following few days to explore how tension can be eased in Eastern Ladakh, while India further strengthened its supremacy over the conflict points near Pangong lake at over 20 mountain heights, official sources said on Sunday.
In the light of “provocative acts” by Chinese forces, including the three shooting incidents in the air in the last three weeks, it has also pointed out that the IAF is going to make use of its newly inaugurated Rafale Jets to conduct sorties in Ladakh.
During the sixth round of the Corps Commander meeting, sources said an Indian delegation is expected to include a joint secretary-level officer from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs because India is looking for a clear outcome of the dialogue.
“The next two days will take place. Tomorrow (Monday) is probable, “a source says. It can happen by itself.
A five-point agreement between the two countries is expected to be the key topic of the meeting.
At the Shanghai Cooperation Organization(SCO) meeting held in Moscow on 10 September, the two parties reached an agreement to settle the border line at the meeting between Foreign Minister Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.
The sources suggested that, even as freezing conditions seize the area, the Indian army strengthened its supremacy at over 20 strategic mountain altitudes around the northern and southern banks of Pangong Lake and in Chushul, in the final days as well.