New Delhi, July 10
India and China reviewed progress of army disengagement on the 16th assembly of Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on Border Affairs, the Ministry of Home Affairs stated in an announcement on Friday.
“In diplomatic talks, India and China reviewed progress made in disengagement process along Line of Actual Control in western sector,” MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava stated.
He stated senior military commanders of India and China will meet quickly to debate measures for full disengagement.
The growth comes greater than a month after 20 Indian troopers had been killed in a border skirmish with the Chinese army. The incident led to escalating tensions between India and Beijing, prompting governments of the 2 nations to interact in a collection of diplomatic and military-level talks to de-escalate.