No success in 13-hour China talks, but next meeting soon India News – Times of India – Bharat Times Hindi News

New Delhi: With no success in the top-level marathon military talks between India and China on Wednesday, Beijing again showed reluctance to meet the military at a friction point in the east. Ladakh Also refused to discuss ways to solve major problems in Depsang Demchok,
14th round of talks under the leadership of Leh based 14 Corps Commander Lieutenant General Anindya Sengupta and South Xinjiang Military District Chief Major General LinoHowever, resolved to hold the next meeting at the earliest. Unlike the 13th round on 10 October, which ended in a bitter standoff with accusations leveled at each other, India and China also issued a joint statement this time.
But like previous joint statements, it was about the two sides to “follow the guidance provided by the leaders of their states” and negotiate “to resolve the rest of the issues at the earliest to a mutually acceptable solution”. Keep it up Agreed was limited to general statements about how.
Sources said the Indian delegation during the 13-hour-long talks on Wednesday insisted on completing the contingent stalled at Patrolling Point-15 (PP-15) in the Hot Springs-Gogra-Kongka La area, laying the groundwork for Gone. Completed during the 12th round in July last year. “While there was no immediate positive response to the Indian proposal, there were indications that China may agree to a separation from the PP-15 in the soon-to-be 15th round,” a source said.
However, there is no solution to the more difficult standoff in the Demchok and Depsang plains. “But both these issues are under discussion from our side as well.