‘Gogra disengagement reflects Jaishankar-Wang understanding’ | India News

With the liberation of troops still unfinished in eastern Ladakh, India and China held another round of diplomatic talks to resolve the military unrest that began in May 2020.
To achieve the goal of solving the same problems LAC in the Western Region “in line with existing bilateral agreements and protocols”, they also agreed to hold the next round (17) of the senior commanders meeting at an earliest date. The two sides reviewed the situation along the Anti-Corruption Law in the western region of India-China border area.
“Recalling developments since the last meeting of the India-China Border Affairs Coordinating and Consultative Working Mechanism (WMCC) in May 2022, they welcomed the retreat in the field of Gogra . Hot Springs (PP-15), to be phased, coordinated and verified from 8 to 12 September 2022″, the government said, noting that the steps reflect an understanding between Foreign Ministers. S Jaishankar and his counterpart Wang Yi, including during their recent meeting in Bali in July this year.


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