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Positivity looms large as India-China commanders set to meet


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New Delhi, Nov 10: The next round of Corps Commander level talks between India and China could be held as early as this week.

In a joint statement issued after the November 6 talks, both sides said that they would ensure that the frontline soldiers exercise restraint and avoid misunderstanding and miscalculations along the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

Positivity looms large as India-China commanders set to meet

Both sides would also maintain dialogue and communication through both military and diplomatic channels. The two nations would also take forward the November 6 discussions and push for the settlement of all outstanding issues.

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Top officials in New Delhi tell OneIndia that with China agreeing to discuss the issues along all the flashpoints, the future talks would lead to some breakthrough. We are hopeful of the same said the official.

Both New Delhi and Beijing are working on proposals put forward by both sides to defuse tensions along the Line of Actual Control in Eastern Ladakh.

While China has been aggressively pushing for the Indian troops to vacate the multiple strategic heights, India feels that no hasty step should be taken which could result in our troops being left in a disadvantageous position.

While China has been asking India to withdraw the tanks, howitzers and other heavy weapon systems, India would be extremely cautious before taking any step. China, due to better access to roads has moved its weaponry quickly. India on the other hand moved the tanks up the ridge-line near the Rechin La and this had caught China by surprise.

PM Modi-Xi face off for first time amidst Indo-China border standoff today

A joint statement released by both sides said that there was a candid, in-depth and constructive exchange of views on disengagement along the Line of Actual Control.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president, Xi Jinping are likely to four times this month.

Story first published: Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 8:03 [IST]

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