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    At India-China diplomatic meet, stress on maintaining stability on the ground

    Written by Shubhajit Roy
    | New Delhi |

    Updated: October 1, 2020 7:26:50 am

    India China border dispute, India China LAC dispute, Galwan clashes, Galwan valley clashes, Inda and China troops, India news, Indian Express
    Indian army trucks depart towards Ladakh amid stand off between Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh, at Manali-Leh highway in Kullu district. ( Photo)

    A day after hardened its position and said that it does not recognise the Union Territory of Ladakh and is opposed to the construction of Indian infrastructure there, Indian and Chinese diplomats met through virtual mode and New Delhi said that the two sides should “avoid misunderstandings and maintain stability on the ground”.

    As the Working Mechanism for Consultation and Coordination on India-China Border Affairs () met for the fifth time since the border standoff began in May, they said that the next round of the meeting of Senior Commanders “should be held at an early date so that both sides can work towards early and complete disengagement of the troops along the in accordance with the existing bilateral agreement and protocols, and fully restore peace and tranquility”.

    After the WMCC meeting, the Ministry of External Affairs said that the two sides “reviewed the current situation along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the India-China border areas and had frank and detailed discussions on the developments since the last…

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