new Delhi: On November 3, the eighth round of Corps Commander level talks between India and China over the withdrawal of troops in eastern Ladakh is scheduled for Friday this week. Official sources gave information about this. Earlier, the seventh round of military talks was held on October 12, in which there was no result of the withdrawal of troops from the points of confrontation in eastern Ladakh.
“The eighth round of military talks may be held on Friday,” a source said on Tuesday. The standoff between the two sides was made in May this year.
In the high altitude region, the temperature goes down to minus 25 degree Celsius during winter. In the eighth round of military talks, the Indian delegation will be led by Lieutenant General PGK Menon, who has recently been appointed Commander of the 14th Corps of Leh.
The joint press statement issued by the armies of the two countries after the last round of talks said that the two sides have agreed to maintain dialogue through military and diplomatic channels so that a joint sharing process can be reached at the earliest An acceptable solution can be found.
After the talks of the sixth phase of the military talks, the two sides announced some decisions. Under this, there was talk of not sending more troops to the front, avoiding unilaterally changing the ground situation and avoiding any action that complicates the situation.